Blight Rayner is an integrated architecture, urban design and interior design practice, focused on the crafting of built environments – whether whole precincts, buildings, or the spaces within them.
Our practice was formed by Jayson Blight and Michael Rayner in 2016, following a collective three decades as directors of Cox Rayner Architects in Brisbane. During that time, they worked intensively on some enthralling projects, such as the National Maritime Museum of China, the One One One Eagle Street tower in Brisbane, the Helix Pedestrian Bridge in Singapore, the Kurilpa Bridge in Brisbane, and the flood-resilient Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals.
The overriding purpose in setting up Blight Rayner has been to concentrate the intellectual and creative abilities of Jayson and Michael, with a collective of synergistic young and experienced staff. Our studio is designed to foster collaboration within ourselves, with our clients and consultants, embracing the intrinsic fact that teamwork produces the most holistic projects.