dom cox Architect
Schooled in 1970s Camden, North London. Graduated at Cambridge 1986. RIBA Part 2 Diploma with commendation also at Cambridge 1989. RIBA Part 3 1990, also at Cambridge. Cox has wide-ranging experience in several sectors worldwide.
Recruited in 2012 to Triad Architects as a Project Architect and Skills Mentor in Cad, BIM, document control and teamwork management, under the late Tim Vaulkhard AAK RIBA.
Cox led the production team, detail design and delivery of the Vision 2030 landmark project ‘Garden City Mall’, in association with UK specialists Leonard Design. From 2014 he undertook the complex stereotomic detailing and site supervision of the Cathedral at the Diocese of Kericho, following completion of its parametric shell by John McAslan & Arups.
Recent work includes Covid-Schools safety adaptations for the AAK, a Tier 3 data centre in Kenya, a primary school masterplan in Kakamega, a high-end luxury villa in Muthaiga, a NetZero Passivhaus house in Ireland, a forest visitor centre in Nairobi, and a Tier 2c community hospital in Narok for The Maa Trust.
Partnering with VectorProjects Kenya, Vectorworks BIM mastery is the mission critical aim for the East African region, raising the bar of design practice, and the drive for excellence in project delivery.
A first-rate practitioner, Cox embraces new potential for working drawings, energy modelling, and data management.