Victoria D’Alisa

Sydney / Australia

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Victoria D’Alisa
A graduate of Interior Architecture from the University of New South Wales (1998), Victoria began her career working on corporate and retail projects in Sydney with interior design firm Geyer.

After joining Andre Porebski & Associates in 2002, and having seen the completion of the Mosman house which she lead with Andre, Victoria moved to Switzerland and shifted her focus to large scale international projects including developments in various Swiss Cantons with Swiss minimalist architecture firm Phillipe Meier and Associates. She then was fortunate to work in the office of French architect Eric Maria (also in Geneva), an affiliate/partner of the renowned Jean Nouvel.

Here she worked on a penthouse project in Barcelona and was then a key part of the pan-European planning and design team for the National Museum in Doha, Qatar.
After returning to Australia and rejoining the family firm in 2011 Victoria’s focus again shifted to exploring residential and boutique interior projects to help clients realise the interiors of their beautiful homes.

Having been surrounded in art and architecture from an early age, Victoria’s passions also include music and languages. Her sole ambition is to ensure the interiors follow the same language and tone as the exterior of the houses and buildings we design. “Like Andre and Alex, I think it’s important to allow materials to be expressed. I think some of the best designs are more subtle, allowing the spaces to slowly reveal themselves.”
Victoria  D’Alisa
Victoria D’Alisa
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A graduate of Interior Architecture from the University of New South Wales (1998), Victoria began her career working on corporate and retail projects in Sydney with interior design firm Geyer. After joining Andre Porebski & Associates in 2002, and having seen the completion of the Mosman house which she lead with Andre, Victoria moved to Switzerland and shifted her focus to large scale international projects including developments in various Swiss Cantons with Swiss minimalist architecture firm Phillipe Meier and Associates. She then was fortunate to work in the office of French architect Eric Maria (also in Geneva), an affiliate/partner of the renowned Jean Nouvel. Here she worked on a penthouse project in Barcelona and was then a key part of the pan-European planning and design team for the National Museum in Doha, Qatar. After returning to Australia and rejoining the family firm in 2011 Victoria’s focus again shifted to exploring residential and boutique interior projects to help clients realise the interiors of their beautiful homes. Having been surrounded in art and architecture from an early age, Victoria’s passions also include music and languages. Her sole ambition is to ensure the interiors follow the same language and tone as the exterior of the houses and buildings we design. “Like Andre and Alex, I think it’s important to allow materials to be expressed. I think some of the best designs are more subtle, allowing the spaces to slowly reveal themselves.”