Chris Millman
I chair Cox Architecture, the country's largest architectural firm

BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, 2001

Since graduating with qualifications in Environmental Design (Architecture) from the University of Canberra in 2001, Chris has designed and executed buildings of great merit, including the Griffin Community Centre, Civic Youth Centre, Canberra Centre Expansion and ATO Tower, valued collectively at over $500m. In addition, he is the national chair of one of the largest architectural practices in the country; Cox Architecture, which has offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Canberra.

The position of chair is elected by the Board and represents acknowledgement of Chris' capabilities in his chosen field.

Chris currently oversees the ongoing development of Section 84 of the Canberra City Masterplan; including the final stage, a $300 million development including living, working and entertainment spaces.

Chris' other notable projects include the award winning ActewAGL Headquarters building, and the design and delivery of several masterplans such as Perisher Village, Kingston Foreshore, Woden West, Stromlo Forest Park and the suburb of Casey.

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Design and Architecture