COSO team from left to right:
Angus Irons, Paul Connor, Grace Roll, Harriet Kensell, Anthony Solomon, Georgette Robbie, Matthew Giles, Chris Woods

Assoc. Prof. (adjunct) Paul Connor FRAIA

Partner

 

Education

1996 Graduated Masters in Fine Art (1st class honours) UNSW
1986 Graduated B.Arch. (honours) University of Sydney

Recent Honorary Positions

2019 Fellow of The Australian Institute of Architects
2010 – 2018 Trustee, The Australian Museum
2012 – 2018 Chair of the Australian Museum Trustee’s Masterplan Governance Committee
2011 – 2013 Trustee, Lizard Island Reef Research Foundation
2007 – 2012 Director and committee member NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize

Selected Professional Experience

1996 – present Partner, Connor and Solomon Architects (now COSO Architecture)
1986 – 1993 John Andrews International Architects and Urban Planners and Bruce James and Partners

Selected Art Exhibitions and Collections www.paulconnorstudio.com.au

  • From 1996 Solo exhibitions at The Robin Gibson Gallery, Spot 81 and Art Atrium (current)
  • Group exhibitions at Sydney Contemporary, Hong Kong Art Central , Maitland Regional Gallery, S H Ervin
  • Gallery (Archibald Salon de Refuses) andNSW Parliament House (Plein Air Painting Prize)
  • Represented in Regional Galleries and private collections in Australia, Hong Kong and England

Contact

Studio 404, 56 Bowman St Pyrmont NSW 2009
t. 9566 2880 m. 61 411 214044 web www.coso.com.au email pcc@coso.com.au
NSW Board of Architecture Registration 7058

Anthony Solomon RAIA

Partner

 

Education

1986 Graduated B.Arch. University of Sydney

Recent Honorary Positions

2007 – 2010 President of The Australian Institute of Architects Lower North Shore Practice Network

Selected Professional Experience

1996 – present Partner, Connor and Solomon Architects (now COSO Architecture)
1993 – 1996 Sole practitioner
1988 – 1992 Barry Todd Architects London, collaborating on a number of projects including the second prize winning scheme for the international competition, Una Porte di Venezia (‘Gateway to Venice’) and several inner city office buildings in London
1987 – 1988 Graham Gunn Architects Melbourne, working on a number of residential and commercial projects throughout Victoria
1986 – 1987 Phillip Cox, Richardson Taylor and Partners, working on the National Maritime Museum and Aquarium at Darling Harbour

Anthony’s Expertise

  • Functional brief development within a budgetary framework
  • Stakeholder relationships and negotiations
  • Contract negotiations
  • Development of client base

Contact

Studio 404, 56 Bowman St Pyrmont NSW 2009
t. 9566 2880 m. 61 411 214022 web www.coso.com.au email avs@coso.com.au
NSW Board of Architecture Registration 5684