cox international | Architect
Dominic G H Cox is an Architect from North London. Trained at the Faculty of Architecture at Cambridge University by Dalibor Veseley, Peter Carl, Joseph Rykwert, Eric Parry, Peter Sparks, Hugh Cullum, Frosso Pimenides and Robin Spence (see library), he has wide-ranging experience of several sectors worldwide (see map).
Recruited in 2012 to Kenyan practice Triad Architects as a Project Architect and Skills Mentor in Cad, document control and teamwork management, under the direction of Timothy G Vaulkhard RIBA.
Dominic led the team for the detail design and delivery of a Vision 2030, internationally funded lifestyle project Garden City, in association with UK retail specialists Leonard Design. From 2014 he was subcontracted by Triad Architects to undertake the complex stereometric detailing, and site supervision of a Cathedral for the Catholic Diocese of Kericho, following completion of its parametric shell by John McAslan & Arup. He is retained as consultant to the O&M management team.
Recent work includes a Tier 3 data centre, a forest management centre, high-end residential projects, and concept design for a care centre for vulnerable children in Nairobi.
Partnering with Vectorworks Inc., Mac-Daddy, Zana Akili Kubuni, and VectorProjects Kenya, Vectorworks mastery is the mission critical aim for implementing BIM in the region, raising the bar for design practice in Kenya, and the drive for quality and excellence in development process, and delivery.
A first-rate practitioner, extensive training over two decades, ciA seeks to embrace new potential for working drawing, 3d & energy modelling, and data management.