Robert Morton


Robert graduated with Honours in Architecture from the University of Canberra in 1993. He has since gained experience on a broad range of projects from single residential dwellings through to large commercial developments. He has worked for a number of well-respected local architecture practices and worked on a number of major Health projects for Canberra Hospital.

Robert joined Cox Architecture and in 2001, and has worked tirelessly on key projects for the practice which has seen him elevated to Director in 2017. He was initially engaged to work as a senior Project Architect on large scale projects at the Australian National University.

In 2002 Cox Architecture was commissioned by QIC for the majority of Canberra Centre Section 84 Precinct redevelopment. Robert was closely involved as a Project Architect in the design and documentation process of this significant $500M city project, which included the Griffin Community Centre, Youth Centre, Canberra Centre Expansion Project (retail/entertainment/carparking development) and the ATO Office Tower.

As a Director, Rob has architectural experience across project types from commercial office buildings, health, multi-unit residential developments and education projects including significant projects at the ANU, University of Canberra and Kingston Foreshore. He has also worked internationally on projects in China.


  • BArch(Hons)