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BESPOKE ARCHITECTURE – SYDNEY

Driven by creativity and a passion for art and design, Porebski Architects collaborate with you to create inspirational buildings and interiors with timeless design. We take great pride in crafting innovative works which is a major contributor to our status as one of the leading architectural services firms in Sydney.

Focused equally on function and form, Porebski Architects designs innovative, bespoke residential, commercial and educational projects. Through our designs, we emphasise light, the importance of quality materials and creating a warm inviting space.

Founding director Andre Porebski has inspired Alex Porebski and Victoria D’Alisa with his creative spirit and passion for architecture to deliver cleverly designed well-executed projects. Best known for our work throughout Sydney’s eastern suburbs since 1972, we have produced work across Sydney, and throughout Australia. We thrive on the creative process that helps people live in their ideal home or work smart in their dynamic office space.

Through creativity and functionality, we tailor our designs to unveil buildings and spaces that align with our clients’ requirements and evoke the right emotion. Taking all aspects of the site into consideration, each building is designed to achieve a high-energy rating and often incorporates ESD principles to add to its architectural aesthetic.

Our work has been featured in Australia’s leading lifestyle publications, such as Vogue LivingBelle and Habitus Magazine, and the Australian Financial Review. It has also been recognised for design excellence through heritage and urban planning awards, and published in architectural, technical and design publications.

Sustaining our long family history in the industry, Porebski Architects provides premium architectural services which include:

We’d love to hear about your project, Please call us to find out more about our architectural services in Sydney or Australia-wide.

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The Benefits of Hydronic Heating

August 8th, 2017|

More and more Australians are becoming aware of the huge benefits of installing hydronic heating systems in their homes. Hydronic heating or radiant heating  uses a closed loop system, creating little heat loss while moving the heated water beneath the floor, along base board heaters, or through [...]

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External window treatments – Form and Function

May 9th, 2017|

  Traditionally (back in the medieval period) shutters were hinged solid timber panels fixed externally to protect the occupants from the elements (rain, wind and sun). In the Arabic countries the use of timber latticework which formed part of their ‘mashrabiya’ acted as [...]

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Creating interest with Skylights

April 3rd, 2017|

Even if a house has sufficient natural light, installing skylights or highlight windows give a soft, interesting light generally in the back areas of a room and can assist with cross-ventilation. Skylights often look less intrusive when the ceiling helps sculpt the space around [...]

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Designing for temperature

March 4th, 2017|

Up until a decade ago designing and building a house with no air-conditioning in Sydney was considered quite normal. Our planning relied heavily on cross-ventilation, good orientation, shading and insulation. These factors are still integral to a design but more and more our clients [...]

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Classic interiors last forever

January 31st, 2017|

This month we are covering a few of our projects that we believe support the title of this blog – that classic interiors last forever. For us, a classic interior is in harmony with the external architecture of the building, allows as much natural light [...]

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Heritage architecture reinvented in modern design

January 18th, 2017|

In this feature we focus on our Woollahra houses where we integrated a Victorian cottage in a modern house setting. Architectural journalist Stephen Crafti interviewed us about the design and below is his engaging recount: The Grove in Woollahra, Sydney is one of the suburb’s [...]