Tony Cox

Tony’s work as a Landscape Architect has found him working from CLOUSTON’s Darwin office for the last 24 years. In this time, he has played a significant role in various planning and design projects across some of the most diverse and challenging landscapes throughout northern and central Australia and South-East Asia.

Tony has been recognised for his work as part of several awards for projects such as the Darwin CBD Master Plan, the West Kimberley Regional Prison and the Darwin Entertainment Centre. These accolades are due, in part, to his care in understanding the culture of a place and local language and also his design integrity that creates social and environmental outcomes.

Most recently, Tony and his team were awarded the Jury’s Prize for the My Park Rules competition. The award recognised the design’s capacity to not only re-imagine a school for people returning to finish their secondary education as a space full of plants and trees, but also for its reflection on the social significance. The school park was designed to build capacity among students and the community in a holistic and thoughtful way.

This work is an example of the office’s dedication to many years of voluntary work with numerous schools, community and environment groups.