Michael is an Associate of Cox Architecture in our Brisbane office.
He graduated with a Masters of Architecture from the University of Queensland in 2010, joining our practice in 2011 from Donovan Hill where he worked on the multi-award winning Translation Research Institute at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Michael’s principal role is designing architectural projects from the outset and managing project teams through to completion. Exemplary projects are the zero-carbon, solar-hydrogen powered Sir Samuel Griffith Centre and the interactive Red Zones, also at Griffith University.
Michael is the Brisbane practice’s lead organiser of staff training programs, particularly in BIM and Revit processes of design and documentation.