“I believe in leaving a legacy that truly makes a difference to people’s lives. It is not about following the same road as everyone else, but about forging a new path when you can see that these results are what we need.
The value of what I do lies very much in the tools and techniques; understanding my clients and helping them to see how certain changes will make significant differences.
We are all working within a budget. That is the nature of the world. But by knowing which changes will have the biggest impact on the well-being of the people living or working in the space, I can make sure that my clients invest in the right areas from the start.
If you have a Jack and a Jill in your office – always at each other’s throats, can’t get along, can’t collaborate or communicate, perhaps they spend more time on Facebook than on office work – then you will have eternal conflict and low productivity.
But by making a few key changes in that environment you really can reduce friction and increase production. I believe this is the focus that interior designers should be taking - end results that make you say “Wow!” not just because they look good, but because they create a significant change in outcome.
This is what drives me. This is my passion.”
- December 2011
Cox Architecture And Design
- March 2007
University Of Western Australia
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Architecture
- March 2008
Behavioral Psychology , Interior Architecture, Neuro Science, Spatial Experience Design,