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Cox Rayner, Architects : Architecture
Contemporary Architecture Practice, Australia
page updated 18 Aug 2016
Cox Rayner – Latest Designs
Energex Headquarters, Newstead River Park, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Date built: 2010
Design: Cox Rayner / BVN Architecture
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
At the Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards 2016 this building received two commendations, one for Commercial Architecture and the other for Interior Architecture.
It has transformed one of Brisbane’s oldest industrial sites, the Gasworks on Breakfast Creek Road that is being redeveloped by FKP Property Group.
Marina Point Yacht Club, Cairns, Australia
Date built: 2010
Design: Cox Rayner Architects / CA Architects
photograph : Christopher Frederick Jones
Marina Point Yacht Club Cairns
Cox Architects – Key Projects
ATO Headquarters – Australian Tax Office HQ, Canberra, Australia
Date built: 2007
Design: Cox Richardson Architects & Planners
photo received Dec 2007
The COX Group of Architects – Canberra Project
The nine levels of office space are located above a separate multi-storey retail centre also designed by COX. Rather than interfering with retail flexibility, the office lift core starts above these retail levels. Entry to the building is therefore a journey by escalator through a dramatic sequence of atrium spaces, including at the four storey Galleria space on the first office level.
More Cox Architects projects online soon
Location:Brisbane, Australia ‘
Cox Architects – Practice Information
Architect studios based in Australia and Dubai + Abu Dhabi
image : John Gollings
COX Architecture is a multidisciplinary Australian practice which integrates architecture, planning, urban design and interior design.
This architecture firm has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide, Kuala Lumpur, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Muscat. Overall we have approximately 400 staff.
photo : Brett Boardman
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