Madelaine is an Australian Registered Architect with experience in a variety of large scale mixed use developments.
Madelaine completed her studies in 2011, gaining a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental Design. She then commenced working for several award winning firms in Australia, gaining experience in multi residential development in both Melbourne and Brisbane.
Madelaine begun working on Queens Wharf Brisbane in 2015, one of the largest projects currently under construction in the country. She spent 2 years working on the project, during this time she was able to apply her passion for sustainable design and green building by becoming a Green Star Associate with the Green Building Council of Australia, and managing the Green Star coordination of the Architectural team for the project. Alongside this, she worked extensively on the design of public space within the project, as well as façade design for several of the proposed towers.
Madelaine commenced as an Architect with Bryden Wood in 2017, working on the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.