About Nick Cox

Nick Cox MA (Cantab), Dip Arch, RIBA, AABC

Nick Cox has nearly twenty years of experience working on historic buildings. After studying architecture at Cambridge University and Oxford Polytechnic, Nick Cox was awarded a Lethaby Scholarship in 1990 by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB). The scholarship took him around the country studying the repair and conservation of historic buildings.

Nick Cox is registered with the Architects Registration Board and is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is also registered as an Architect Accredited in Building Conservation and is very involved with the SPAB.

From 1995 to 2006, as an associate and partner at Rodney Melville and Partners, Nick Cox established strong relationships with many clients. Developing and maintaining such relationships through a high standard of personal service is a primary aim of Nick Cox Architects.

Nick Cox's years of involvement with finely-crafted historic buildings have enabled him to develop an eye for design composition, detail and finish. Using this ability, in combination with a sensitive understanding of the nature of materials and attention to the quality of workmanship, he aims to achieve a high standard of finished results. He likes to take a practical “hands on” approach to working with craftsmen.

Particularly interested in the design of new architectural elements in historic settings, over the last 15 years Nick Cox designed new additions to historic buildings and a number of landscape structures.