R. Craig Cox, AIA
R. Craig Cox, earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture (1989) and Master of Architecture (1992) degrees from Clemson University. His extensive travel in Europe has increased his awareness and appreciation of timeless residential architecture. He returned home to North Augusta, SC where he worked for Sandeford and Webb Architects learning the craft of custom single family homes. In 1994 he moved to Charlotte, NC and worked for David Furman Architecture for nine years continuing his experience in residential design. Craig became a licensed Architect in 1997 and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. Cox Architecture and Design was organized in February of 2003 with the goal of creating unique and inviting homes while exceeding homeowner expectations.
Gregory's initial interest in the Architecture profession began while working at an Architecture firm in his home town of Portland, Maine. He Grew up on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in a small-town community and enjoyed it very much. But after receiving his High School Diploma, He was ready to explore the Big City Lifestyle. He quickly received his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (2010) and Master of Architecture (2012) at Judson University, located just outside of Chicago, Illinois. Dedicated to his hometown firm job, he often traveled back to Maine during Winter and Summer breaks as a returning intern. The firm specialized in oceanfront restaurants, urban revitalization studies,academic buildings, and fire-rescue/police stations. In the late Summer of 2014, Gregory decided to become a resident of Charlotte, as he insisted on living in a place with warmer climate and with the added benefit of Southern Hospitality. He hasn't looked back since and began working for Cox Architecture & Design in September of 2014.
Sara Bonesteel is a student at the UNC Charlotte School of Architecture, where she will receive a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (2018) and her Master of Architecture (2020). Art and design have always played a big role in Sara's life, and was encouraged by her high school teachers to give Architecture a try. Growing up in a small town on the edge of Charlotte brought on her desire for city-life and construction. Her love for residential architecture was fueled at a young age by receiving countless construction and home magazines as gifts. Sara plans to travel the world but remain a long-time resident of Charlotte. She began working at Cox Architecture & Design in January of 2018.