Amos is an Associate of COX with a history of delivering medium to large scale projects of varying typologies. He has worked across sport, education, residential, commercial, and public architecture.
Early in his career, Amos worked on significant education projects including the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre for Science at Scotch College, and the Matheson Library at Monash University’s Clayton Campus. Since, he has embraced a leading role in the design and delivery of the Spencer Centre for Design and Technology at Scotch College and is project architect for several large-scale projects including council offices, civic precincts, and residential developments.
Amos has strong front-end design skillsets complimented by an eye for detail and technical knowledge – ensuring designs are realised with a high degree of resolution and quality.
Regardless of typology, Amos is passionate about projects that tell stories, and architecture that facilitates tangible educational, environmental, or social outcomes