COX Architecture is an award-winning, multidisciplinary Australian practice which integrates architecture, planning, urban design and interior design.
Its 400-plus staff work in offices spread across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide, Kuala Lumpur, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Muscat. Unusual for a large, multi-studio practice is that all projects adhere to a defined design ethos, based upon principles of structure, craft, art and nature.
Encapsulated within these principals are other aspects of planning and architecture including connectivity and relationship to context, public engagement and environmental performance.
In Melbourne alone, this design ethos has led to the creation of a significant number of structures on the city’s skyline, from sporting stadiums such as AAMI Park and Rod Laver Arena to place-making residential projects such as The Conservatory and Melbourne Square.
Collaborating with Goldfields Group has allowed COX Architecture to once again set a new benchmark at 627 Chapel Street.
Goldfields Group is a Melbourne-based developer renowned for its unparalleled vision and expertise in the property industry.
Over the years it has forged an enviable reputation of delivering distinctive projects to the market, constantly striving to combine sophisticated environments with refined aesthetics and a constant attention to detail though superior design.
Goldfields Group has a vast wealth of experience across multiple facets of property development including residential apartments, townhouses, masterplanned land communities and mixed use projects.
As of early 2019, the group has amassed a project pipeline totalling over $1bn.
627 Chapel Street marks the group’s premier commercial development, with a project that bears all the hallmarks of its successful residential projects: detailed design, a focus on the end user, and a place of enduring value for the community.