The 1980s was a high point of achievement and recognition for Philip Cox. This was partly because the Bicentennial decade saw a publicly-funded boom in buildings for the arts, leisure and sport, reversing decades of neglect of cultural infrastructure; the Sydney Opera House was a notable exception to this trend.
Cox had already established a reputation with these building types and Sydney’s regenerated Darling Harbour features three of his designs; the Exhibition Centre, Sydney Aquarium and th...
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