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Charlotte Vergnolle - Blight Rayner

Charlotte Vergnolle



Senior Architect


Currently on maternity leave, returning 2024.


Charlotte Vergnolle is a Senior Architect based in our Sydney office.


Charlotte graduated from the National Superior School of Architecture of Versailles in 2010 and previously attended Ensaama School of Applied Arts of Paris. Prior to coming to Australia, Charlotte worked on educational and multi-residential projects in France. She was also involved in research activities at the Research Laboratory of the National Superior School of Architecture of Versailles. This work entailed teaching a master’s degree and organising experiments in high performance concrete with cement producer Vicat.


In Sydney, Charlotte worked with Bates Smart as an architectural designer on a three tower project in North Ryde, and then Watershed Design on private residential projects. When she joined Make, Charlotte co-led the design team for a luxury retail development in Sydney. She was project leader for 285 George Street won in international competition as part of the Brookfield Place scheme. This project encompassed the refurbishment of two heritage buildings and development of a 6 Star Green Star 27 level office tower, together with a new Wynyard Station transit hall and retail outlets.


Since joining Blight Rayner, Charlotte delivered the sport facility for St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School and is now focused on the 360 Queen Street office tower in Brisbane.