Ramin has held key roles with COX for more than 15 years, leading to his promotion from Senior Associate to Director in 2017.
His versatility as an architect is evidenced by the wide range of projects in which he’s been involved: transport infrastructure, residential, hotel, master planning, urban design, commercial, education and research.
Most recently, Ramin was the Project Architect for the $200 million 161 Sussex Street redevelopment in Darling Harbour, which involves a new hotel and commercial tower in addition to convention and function facilities connecting to the existing hotel. He led the $300 million Metro Residences Chatswood and Chatswood Transport Interchange (CTI), one of the largest developments on Sydney’s North Shore, incorporating residential, retail and rail. He has also been the architectural discipline lead for Sydney Rapid Transit and the Second Harbour Crossing incorporating five underground stations in the Sydney CBD and North Sydney, and was the lead for the reference design of nine Metro stations for Sydney Metro Network Stages 1 & 2.
Ramin’s involvement on the 161 Sussex Street and CTI projects attest to his ability to manage complex projects with multiple design packages (residential, retail, hotel, commercial and interchange), large teams, and multiple stakeholders.
Elsewhere, Ramin has led Master Studios in the integration of architecture and transport infrastructure design at the University of NSW. He plays an active role as a link between the universities and Cox Architecture through the initiation of scholarships at tertiary institutions.