Graham Humphries


Graham has worked on major architectural projects in the Middle East, China, Europe and Australia, including significant projects in Canberra such as the AIS, the Australia Forum Project and the award winning ACT Magistrates Court project.

In 1998, Graham joined Cox Architecture as a director and, together with Rodney Moss, developed the Canberra studio of the practice.

Graham has been responsible for projects including: the redevelopment of the Canberra Girls Grammar School; Phase 2 of the Hospital for Women and Children, Woden; the $400m Section 63 development in Civic; the High Commission of Samoa, and design studies for the Australia forum project.

He was also involved in a number of other major projects such as the Australian Institute of Sport Aquatic Testing and Training Centre, the Shoalhaven Cultural and Convention Centre, CSIRO Black Mountain Library Refurbishment, and a number of major embassy projects.

Some of Graham’s projects have been awarded the prestigious Canberra Medallion by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, including the AIS Aquatic Testing and Training Centre in 2007.

In 2016 Graham transitioned to the role of COX Fellow. He continues to work within the practice on key projects.