Student of Architecture
Due to graduate in 2021, Reilly Mallon is one of the stand-out students at the Queensland University of Technology, regularly receiving the top grade of 7 in his design and technical assignments. In 2016, he attended an architectural history workshop at the University of Lille in France, and in 2018 he received the Lendlease Multi-residential Typology Award.
Since joining Blight Rayner in 2018, Reilly has worked on educational, office, residential, and public projects, including Jubilee Place offices in Fortitude Valley, 260 Queen Street office refurbishment, St Margaret’s Anglican Girls’ School Sports Precinct, 30 Albert Street residential tower, and a private residence in Ascot.
His exceptional talent, insight and commitment to architecture will equip Reilly to become an outstanding architect of the future and an integral part of the Blight Rayner team.
Undertaking work at Blight Rayner while I study has expedited my knowledge of construction systems and technologies so that I can begin to contribute to coherent practical solutions and realise my passion for environmental resilient solutions.