BDes(ArchSt), MArch (QUT), BOAQ
Jeremy Zigenbine graduated with a Master of Architecture from Queensland University of Technology in 2014, and he was shortlisted in that year for the Glen Murcutt Student Prize.
Prior to joining Blight Rayner in 2018, Jeremy worked for Elenberg Fraser in Melbourne and Brisbane on residential projects in Surfers Paradise, Fortitude Valley, Kangaroo Point and Port Melbourne. In our practice, he has worked on a much wider range of projects in both design and design development phases, including our competition-winning design for Hassall Street in Parramatta for Charter Hall and Western Sydney University, the Advanced Development & Prototyping Technology Centre for Griffith University on the Gold Coast, and the St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School Sports Complex at Clayfield. He has also worked on two major commercial projects at 360 Queen Street and 260 Queen Street in the Brisbane CBD. Jeremy is currently working on documenting the New Performing Arts Venue at South Bank.
His architectural technical skills include advanced abilities in AutoCAD and Revit, Rhino and SketchUp, and he has graphic skills in InDesign and Illustrator. He has specialist expertise in Aconex construction services.
I’m passionate about considering the role of each space we create in enriching human experience, how each detail and material we use characterises the spaces as belonging to the context they are in.