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Madeleine Nicol - Blight Rayner

I believe that architecture is about the relationship between people and place and that good design has the ability to enhance both. I am passionate about design across all project scales be that through the consideration of fine grain details to enhance the user experience within a space, or addressing broad scale issues such as our impact on the environment.

Madeleine Nicol

BDes(ArchSt)(Hons), MArch (QUT), BOAQ

 

Architect

 

 

Madeleine Nicol graduated with a Master of Architecture from Queensland University of Technology in 2016, achieving Distinction and a GPA of 6.0.

 

Madeleine’s experience prior to joining Blight Rayner in 2022 was at Arqus Design, Elenberg Fraser, Cavill Architects, and MAArchitects in Melbourne. At Arqus, Madeleine became a team leader working on individual residences, boutique and high-rise residential projects, assisted living and commercial developments. With Elenberg Fraser, Madeleine was the project lead of a 20 storey high-rise residential development through to its construction completion. With Cavill Architects, Madeleine was project lead on the Flinders Lane retail development in Townsville creating a new pocket urban park. At MAArchitects, she was the project lead on a number of individual private residences and multi-residential developments.

 

At Blight Rayner, Madeleine has played a key role in both design and documentation on the Jubilee Hotel Redevelopment in Fortitude Valley. Currently, she is the project lead for Aidan’s Place, a new café at St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School in Corinda.