Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

About Cox

Cox Architecture is one of the largest multi-disciplinary architectural practices in Australasia.

Cox focuses on drawing together the elements of structure, craft, art and nature at each level of design to plan cities and design buildings that are beautiful, responsive, adaptable and sustainable . Its work is driven by place and context, with the deceptively simple purpose of making the built environment more experientially rich than it was before.

Cox’s innovative approach has been recognised through prestigious awards including the World Architecture Festival Awards (National Maritime Museum of China), the AIA National Award for Public Architecture (AAMI Park), and the AIA Public Architecture Award (SA) (Adelaide Oval Western Grandstand). Through the depth of their experience, Cox seeks to create innovative architecture that pushes boundaries in its commercial place and context.

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Cox Connected Global News

Melbourne’s 140 Lonsdale Tower Gets Approval

Melbourne’s 140 Lonsdale Tower Gets Approval

16 Jan 2018, Melbourne – A developer has received development approval from the Victorian government for a new…

Melbourne’s Wesley Place Stage One Begins Construction, Stage Two Still Seeks Approval

Melbourne’s Wesley Place Stage One Begins Construction, Stage Two Still Seeks Approval

17 Nov 2017, Melbourne – Signage from a multinational construction company has emerged across the site of the…

Developer Submits $1.5 Billion Mixed-Use Scheme for Melbourne’s Fisherman’s Bend

Developer Submits $1.5 Billion Mixed-Use Scheme for Melbourne’s Fisherman’s Bend

1 Nov 2017, Melbourne – Plans have been released for a mixed-use development on a 10,000-square-meter site in…

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Melbourne’s 140 Lonsdale Tower Gets Approval
16 Jan 2018 – Melbourne, Australia
A developer has received development approval from the Victorian government for a new 22-story office tower in Melbourne’s central business district. The tower is part of…
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Melbourne’s Wesley Place Stage One Begins Construction, Stage Two Still Seeks Approval
17 Nov 2017 – Melbourne, Australia
Signage from a multinational construction company has emerged across the site of the Wesley Place project at 130 Lonsdale Street in Melbourne. Meanwhile, the second phase…
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Developer Submits $1.5 Billion Mixed-Use Scheme for Melbourne’s Fisherman’s Bend
1 Nov 2017 – Melbourne, Australia
Plans have been released for a mixed-use development on a 10,000-square-meter site in Melbourne's Fisherman's Bend precinct. The AU$1.5 billion (US$1.15 billion) scheme…
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26-Story Ann Street Development Proposed for Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
10 Jul 2017 – Brisbane, Australia
An Australian property developer has lodged plans for a landmark commercial tower at 801 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley. The proposed development is made up of a three-…
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Hotel Redevelopment Boosts Darling Harbour Rejuvenation in Sydney
25 Jan 2017 – Sydney, Australia
Darling Harbour’s rejuvenation has taken another step forward following the recent redevelopment of the Hyatt Regency Sydney at 161 Sussex Street. The redevelopment…
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Connected Two-Tower Development Proposed for Melbourne
14 Nov 2016 – Melbourne, Australia
Having secured 308 Exhibition Street in early 2016, a developer now hopes to gain approval for a pair of towers connected at the 49th and 50th floors by a sky bridge. The…
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Design Changes Made to 30 Albert Street in Brisbane
26 Aug 2016 – Brisbane, Australia
The proposal for a new 91-story residential tower at 30 Albert Street has been redesigned, now featuring a striking blue and gold glass design. The updated application…
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Two Tower Project Approved for Queen Street in Melbourne
15 Mar 2016 – Melbourne, Australia
The Victorian State Government has approved a $750 million two-tower development on Queen Street in Melbourne’s central business district (CBD). The two 79-story towers…
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Six Skyscrapers Planned for Melbourne Southbank Parking Lot
9 Dec 2015 – Melbourne, Australia
A huge parking lot in Southbank could become one of Melbourne's largest skyscraper projects, with plans to build six towers within a network of elevated gardens. The…
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Casino Canberra Redevelopment Planned for Australian Capital
16 Sep 2015 – Canberra, Australia
Plans were released on September 16 for a $237 million redevelopment of Casino Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory. The proposal would transform the current…
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Singaporean Developer Proposes Brisbane’s Tallest Skyscraper
24 Aug 2015 – Brisbane, Australia
The central business district of Brisbane could be set for its third building at the city's maximum allowable height, 270 meters, if Brisbane City Council gives a new…
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Melbourne Apartment Boom Drives Twin Skyscraper Plan for Queen Street Site
5 May 2015 – Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne's reputation as the skyscraper capital of Australia will be boosted after a Chinese developer lodged plans to build a twin tower complex on Queen and La Trobe…
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Twin Towers Proposed for the Heart of King’s Square in Perth
14 Apr 2015 – Perth, Australia
New images of a twin-tower development have been released. The towers, 42 and 48 stories respectively, will house 563 apartments. The development, planned for Perth’s…
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Approval Granted for Canberra's Tallest
8 Nov 2013 – Canberra, Australia
Planning approval has been granted for Canberra's tallest residential building. The 27-story residential complex and adjoining hotel will be built by the GEOCON Group on…

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Cox at CTBUH

Brendan Gaffney

Brendan Gaffney

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Brisbane, Australia

Ramin Jahromi

Ramin Jahromi

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

Philip Rowe

Philip Rowe

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

CTBUH Leaders at Cox

Brendan Gaffney

Brendan Gaffney

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Brisbane, Australia

Ramin Jahromi

Ramin Jahromi

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

Philip Rowe

Philip Rowe

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

Steve Woodland

Steve Woodland

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2018
Perth, Australia

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CTBUH Resources Involving Cox

Award Winners & Finalists

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.

Finalist

Tall Buildings Involving Cox

1   Queens Place North Tower 2020 250 m Melbourne
2   Park Place 2007 234 m Dubai
3   Melbourne Square Tower 1 2021 231 m Melbourne
4   One One One Eagle Street 2012 195 m Brisbane
5   Melbourne Square Tower 2 2021 179 m Melbourne
6   Metro Grand Residences 2014 170 m Sydney
7   Zen Apartments 2012 168 m Melbourne
8   Metro Spire Residences 2014 155 m Sydney
9   400 George Street 2009 150 m Brisbane
10   Wesley Place 2020 148 m Melbourne
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.