Tim Morgan


Tim graduated from Adelaide University in 1984. He worked in Belgium prior to joining Cox Architecture in 1996. He became a Director of the practice in 2001.

Tim has developed specialist abilities in courts and hospital architecture, and in public housing. However, he has created significant urban renewal precincts including the revitalisation of Flinders Street in Townsville, winner of a National Australian Institute of Architects Award for Urban Design, and Thuringowa Riverway Arts Centre and Stadium, winner of the AIA’s Walter Burley Griffin Award for Urban Design in 2009. Another notable and large scale urban renewal project is the entire campus redevelopment of the South Bank Institute of Technology in Brisbane, delivered by Public Private Partnering. The Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Arts in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley exemplifies his cultural and heritage design expertise.

Tim’s courts projects include the Brisbane Magistrates Court and the Christchurch Justice and Emergency Precinct in New Zealand. His major hospitals as project architect include the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane and the Townsville Hospital Redevelopment. He has project-directed four public housing buildings for the Brisbane Housing company in Brisbane, the Constance Street Housing project winning the AIA’s National Housing Award in 2012.


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