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Philip Cox is an Australian architect. Philip Cox studied in the University of Sydney between 1957 and 1962. Between 1968 and 1970 he was at the University of New South Wales. In 1963, Philip Cox was a member of the Royal Australian of institutes of Architects. In 1962 Philip Cox won the prize of the Royal Australian of institutes of Architects, in 1971 he won the institutes of Valuers Prize, University of Sydney; in 1983 he won the Sir Robert Matthew Award. The Cox Group is well known in Australia, their main architectural award was in 1964 the Sir John Sulman Medal. The Sydney Football Stadium at Sydney, Australia and the Sydney Maritime Museum at the Darling Harbour, Sydney was built by Philip Cox, Richardson and Taylor. The Sydney Football stadium was built between 1986 and 1988, located at Moore Park Sydney and is a modern architecture. The stadium has been built close to the Sydney Cricket Ground, it can afford up to forty thousand spectators. The Sydney Football Stadium has a fascinating structure, it is also known as the Aussie Stadium. The Sydney Maritime Museum has been constructed at the Darling Harbour on the urban waterfront with a modern architecture. Sir John Sulman Medal is an architectural prize in New South Wales given by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects. The award was won by Peddle Thorp & Walker in 1932 for the first time. This award is given in memory of Sir John Sulman, and Australian architect born on the 29 August 1849 in Greenwich, England. Sir Sulman emigrated in Australia, Sydney in 1885. Sir John Sulman was the chairman of the Federal Capital Advisory Committee between 1921 and 1924 and had a great influence in the development of the capital of Australia, Canberra.



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