Nick Cox - MA (Cantab), Dip Arch, RIBA SCA, AABC
Nick has nearly 25 years of experience working on historic buildings. After studying architecture at Cambridge University and Oxford Polytechnic he was awarded a Lethaby Scholarship in 1990 by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) which took him around the country studying the repair and conservation of historic buildings.
He established Nick Cox Architects in May 2006 and has since built up an established client base; Nick is the appointed Cathedral Architect at Wells and Winchester Cathedrals and the Palace Architect at Blenheim Palace. He is also the appointed Architect for six churches in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust and advises on work for the National Trust at Kedleston Hall, Calke Abbey and various others NT properties.
In addition to being registered with the Architects Registration Board and a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Nick is also registered as an Architect Accredited in Building Conservation and as an RIBA Senior Conservation Architect.
Long term involvement with historic buildings and the SPAB (previously as Trustee, Vice-Chairman and Guardian) means that Nick is very well versed in the philosophical issues relating to repair, change and adaptation of historic buildings as well as the practical application of this. He is a member of the NT Design Advice Forum and sits on the NT Historic Environment Advisory Group. Nick also sits on Gloucester Cathedral Fabric Advisory Committee.