Blight Rayner | Jayson Blight + Michael Rayner Before Blight Rayner
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Jayson Blight + Michael Rayner Before Blight Rayner

Michael Rayner became a director of the Sydney-based practice Philip Cox and Partners in 1983. He opened the Brisbane office of the practice in 1990, then trading as Cox Rayner Architects. Jayson Blight joined the practice in 1994 and became a director in 2001.

Jayson and Michael were the Project Directors for many Cox Rayner Architects (now Cox Architecture) projects both in Queensland and internationally including the Helix Pedestrian Bridge in Singapore (Project Director: Michael Rayner) and the National Maritime Museum of China (Project Director: Jayson Blight).

They developed an exceptional collaborative working relationship over their years in the Cox Rayner practice, contributing to each other’s projects and design thinking on many fronts – from the future of cities to the crafting and art of architecture. This led to their decision to form their own partnership Blight Rayner Architecture in 2016.

Examples of past projects where either Jayson or Michael were Project Directors while working at Cox Architecture t/a Cox Rayner Architects:

National Maritime Museum of ChinaNational Maritime Museum of China
National Maritime Museum of China
Helix Bridge © Christopher Frederick Jones
Helix Pedestrian Bridge
Kurilpa Bridge © Christopher Frederick JonesKurilpa Bridge © Christopher Frederick Jones
Kurilpa Pedestrian Bridge
Anna Meares Velodrome © Christopher Frederick JonesAnna Meares Velodrome © Christopher Frederick Jones
Anna Meares Velodrome
Thuringowa Riverway © Christopher Frederick JonesThuringowa Riverway © Christopher Frederick Jones
Thuringowa Riverway
Flinders Street Revitalisation © Christopher Frederick JonesFlinders Street Revitalisation © Christopher Frederick Jones
Flinders Street Revitalisation
One One One Eagle Street © Christopher Frederick JonesOne One One Eagle Street © Christopher Frederick Jones
One One One Eagle Street
Ipswich Justice Precinct © Christopher Frederick JonesIpswich Justice Precinct © Christopher Frederick Jones
Ipswich Justice Precinct
Griffith University Nathan Campus © Christopher Frederick JonesGriffith University Nathan Campus © Christopher Frederick Jones
Griffith University Nathan Campus Revitalisation
400 George Street © Christopher Frederick Jones400 George Street © Christopher Frederick Jones
400 George Street
Museum of Tropical Queensland © Christopher Frederick JonesMuseum of Tropical Queensland © Christopher Frederick Jones
Museum of Tropical Queensland
Sanctuary Cove Golf Club © Christopher Frederick JonesSanctuary Cove Golf Club © Christopher Frederick Jones
Sanctuary Cove Golf Club

Examples of past projects in which Jayson or Michael were involved in the design while working at Cox Architecture t/a Cox Rayner Architects:

Sir Samuel Griffith Centre © Christopher Frederick JonesSir Samuel Griffith Centre © Christopher Frederick Jones
Sir Samuel Griffith Centre
Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Revitalisation © Christopher Frederick JonesBrisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Revitalisation © Christopher Frederick Jones
Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Revitalisation
Griffith University Health Centre © Christopher Frederick JonesGriffith University Health Centre © Christopher Frederick Jones
Griffith University Health Centre
University of Queensland Oral Health Centre © Christopher Frederick JonesUniversity of Queensland Oral Health Centre © Christopher Frederick Jones
University of Queensland Oral Health Centre
Cairns Convention Centre © Christopher Frederick Jones
Cairns Convention Centre
Goodwill BridgeGoodwill Bridge
Goodwill Pedestrian Bridge
Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum © Christopher Frederick JonesAustralian Age of Dinosaurs Museum © Christopher Frederick Jones
Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum
Brisbane Magistrates Court © Christopher Frederick JonesBrisbane Magistrates Court © Christopher Frederick Jones
Brisbane Magistrates Court