About Us

The Sembrano Design team is a small but experienced group based in the Southern Highlands, NSW. We have the expertise to bring your building design and town planning visions to life. We specialise in sustainable designs and aim to deliver projects that represent a win for the property owner, the local community and the environment.

Combined, our team has decades of experience working in Australia and abroad on a range of residential and commercial projects.

We can provide an end-to-end service, from idea generation right through to planning approval and support, throughout the building process. We can also be engaged for fixed components of your building design or planning project.

About Sembrano Design, Sustainable Building Design

Paulo Sembrano

Director

Sembrano Design Director, Paulo Sembrano, is a skilled and dedicated design and town planning professional. He has a portfolio of projects that are visually appealing, that sustainably function, and deliver on the client’s brief.

Paulo has designed residential buildings in Australia and multiple parts of Asia, including the Philippines and the Middle East.

He has a distinguished career, having most recently worked for design and planning businesses, including Ormsby Design Group in Sydney, Dobsonei Constructions in Mittagong and Inspiration Homes in Parramatta, before launching his own building design and town planning business in 2014.

Paulo has a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from Mapua University in the Philippines. He was awarded The Margot and Neville Guzman Award in 2012 for Urban Design in Architecture by the University of NSW for his work in the Masters of Sustainable Built Environment. He is a Member of the Planning Institute of Australia and the Building Designers’ Association of Australia.

Paulo Sembrano, Sembrano Design

Get in touch

Do you have questions or ideas about a current or future building design or town planning project? We’d love to discuss your vision and provide a no-obligation quote to assist with your project.