Perumal Pedavoli Pty Ltd is an architectural practice established in 1958 by John James AOE. The practice was taken over by Peru Perumal in 1969 and joined by Vince Pedavoli in 1982 who became a director in 1987. In 2006, Katherine Longhurst, Andrew McGrath, Ken Tran and Sam Rigoli became partners, since joined by David Evans. With this careful recruitment and succession planning the practice has grown to become one of Sydney’s leading medium sized architectural firms providing government, commercial and residential clients with personalised, quality architectural services.
Noted for its high standard of professionalism and management structure, PPA has the expertise and resources to translate the needs of the client into an architectural design that is aesthetic, functional and sustainable. Having designed and delivered a wide range of diverse and complex projects, the practice has the skill and the experience necessary to meet client expectations.
PPA is committed to sustainable design. It is critical to our clients and the whole construction industry. PPA will provide honest and pragmatic advice. Our approach to environmental issues is to address ecological sustainability in a holistic manner to ensure ecological issues will be an inherent part of the design process.
PPA believes that effective management of the design and building process is essential for procuring the results sought by the client. PPA insists that client service is the key ingredient to any successful project with communication between client and architect the lynch pin of a successful project. Clients are encouraged to be an active participant in all aspects of the project.
PPA’s wide ranging portfolio encompasses civic, educational, commercial and special purpose facilities as well as residential and interior design projects. The practice is widely recognized as an industry leader in correctional facility design. PPA has both national and international project experience having successfully completed large commissions across Australia and New Zealand.