Robert Cox

Robert Cox

PGDIP, BA (Hons), M.Arch (DIST), RIBA, ARB

Robert’s work is varied in scale, from new country houses to the restoration of historic estates and their buildings.  His particular speciality is delivering large and complex residential projects for private clients that incorporate the highest level of modern living. Robert is known for his attention to detail and his pursuit of delivering the highest level of quality on all scales.  Having studied under his fellow directors for the last 10 years, he is developing his own design ethos built upon the continuation of the classical tradition.  Over the years, Robert has learnt to use drawing as a fundamental tool in his design work.  He has claimed national and international appreciation for his large scale hand-drawn presentation drawings with some being exhibited.  A small selection of Robert’s drawings can be found below.

  • Brother of The Art Workers Guild
  • Member of The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
  • Member of The International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism, (INTBAU), Young Professionals Group
  • Member of The Academy of Urbanism, Young Urbanist,
  • Member of Traditional Architecture Group (TAG), a linked society of the RIBA
  • The Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition – First runner up, 2020
  • RIBA Eyeline – Commended, 2017
  • International Georgian Group Measured Drawing Prize – Second place, 2017
  • Drawing Prize, World Architecture Festival – Shortlisted, 2017
  • The Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition – Top Three, 2017
  • Emerging Talent INTBAU Excellence Awards – Highly Commended, 2015
  • Residential Architecture Students for Classical Architecture CU Denver Chapter, 2015
  • Hand Rendering Students for Classical Architecture CU Denver Chapter – Honourable Mention, 2015
  • RIBA South Award, 2013
  • Purcell Prize, 2013
  • SPAB Phillip Webb Award, 2013




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