Student of Architecture
Reilly Mallon is one of our talented and enthusiastic architecture students, currently in his fourth year at QUT. In 2016, he attended a 2-week architectural history workshop at the University of Lille in France. In 2018, he received the Lendlease Multi-residential Typology Award for one of his university designs.
Since joining Blight Rayner in 2018, Reilly has worked on educational, office, residential and public projects including St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School Sports Precinct Master Plan, 360 Queen Street office tower, 260 Queen Street office building refurbishment, 30 Albert Street residential tower, and the New Performing Arts Venue at South Bank.
Reilly is extremely committed to his university studies and to our work, and is uncompromising in his desire to excel at both. The diversity of experience he is getting at Blight Rayner will equip him well once he graduates in 2021.
Being able to work on real projects has significantly developed my understanding of architectural construction systems and other technical facets of design. I am particularly passionate about design that integrates a coherent balance of architectural technologies and environmental sustainability.