Rodney Moss


Rodney joined Cox Architecture in 1998, before which he was a Director of Munns Sly Scott-Bohanna Moss Architects and MCC Joint Venture Architects, Canberra.

Rodney Moss has forty-five years of experience in the public and private sector and has completed major architectural commissions for clients including The Queensland Investment Corporation, Doma Group, Kingston Foreshore Development Authority, Bovis Lend Lease, National Capital Authority and the ACT Government.

Following graduation, Rodney Moss worked in London for a number of major architectural practices including Chamberlain Powell & Bonn. In 1971, he returned to Australia and worked with both the Public Works Department of NSW and the Bathurst-Orange Development Corporation. In 1981, Rodney Moss worked as a visiting architect with the Peterborough Development Corporation in England and in 1982 returned to Canberra and joined the NCDC. Here he became Senior Architect responsible for National Projects. Rodney has had significant experience in commercial, residential, education and master planning projects. A particular area of expertise is in residential and commercial.

Rodney was awarded the position of Professorial Fellow at the University of Canberra in August 2010. He also held the position of Head of Architecture and Course Convenor within the Faculty of Design until August 2012.

During Rodney’s tenure as head of school, he initiated projects to explore current design and urban planning issues in the ACT, to undertake projects in large urban centres like Beijing and to work on projects in remote areas of Australia and the South Pacific.

Rodney’s position at UC has strengthened the connection between education and practice, in Canberra and provided opportunities to explore ways in which the Architecture School and Architectural Practice can strengthen one another.

Rodney is a Life Fellow of Australian Institute of Architects and is the recipient of numerous Canberra Medallions and building awards for his work.

Rodney has now retired as a director of Cox Architecture and has been awarded the position of Cox Fellow and adjunct professor of architecture at the University of Canberra.


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