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The Australian Architecture awards season is well underway for 2017 with national wins for Cox Architecture announced.

Cox have come out strong in Brisbane, winning the Award for Sustainability Advancement at the Australian Interior Design Awards (AIDA), while the Anna Meares Velodrome took home the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) award for Public Architecture.

To top off thissuccess, the innovative Brisbane Ferry Terminals took home the much-coveted Best Overall Design for 2017 at the Good Design Awards in June.

Cox won a series of accolades across the Commercial, Heritage, and Urban design categories, including two named awards for Willinga Park in Interior and Public Architecture at the AIA ACT presentations. The Woden Stair also took home the Pamille Berg Award for Art in Architecture.

The West Australian AIA awards saw Cox win in the Heritage category for their excellent work restoring and refurbishing The Goods Shed, while The Box Office (our Melbourne studio) was awarded a commendation for Interior Architecture at the Victorian AIA awards.

Central Park Sydney was celebrated at the NSW presentations, winning the Lloyd Rees Award for Urban Design, a project designed in conjunction with Tzannes Architecture and Foster + Partners.

We’re exceptionally proud of our staff, who are committed to putting good design first.


AIA Awards
Award for Public Architecture – Anna Meares Velodrome

Good Design Awards
Product Design – Brisbane Ferry Terminals
Best Overall Design 2017 – Brisbane Ferry Terminals

Australian Interior Design Awards
Award for Sustainability Advancement – UQ Oral Health Centre


AIA Awards
Award for Commercial Architecture – Casey Market Town
Award for Heritage – Howitt Street Residence
Award for Urban Design – Woden Stair

Named Awards

The W Hayward Morris Award for Interior Architecture – Willinga Park (with Sally Hieatt Interiors)
The Romaldo Giurgola Award for Public Architecture. Willinga Park (with Sally Hieatt Interiors)
The Pamille Berg Award for Art in Architecture – Woden Stair


Award for Heritage – The Goods Shed (with Griffiths Architects)


Award for Interior Architecture– Box Office (Commendation)


Award for Sustainability – Central Park Sydney (with Tzannes Architecture and Foster + Partners)
The Lloyd Rees Award for Urban Design – Central Park Sydney (with Tzannes Architecture and Foster + Partners)