Established in 2001, by partners Bruno Campos, Marcelo Fontes and Silvio Todeschi, BCMF Architects has been involved in the development of a broad range of outstanding projects, being acknowledged in Brazil and abroad as one of the leading practices of the new generation of brazilian architects. Our studio seeks to be highly diversified in terms of scale and typology, ranging from interior design, commercial and residential buildings to large-scale projects (arenas, sports facilities, shopping malls, hospitals, industries, parks and urban masterplans).
Among the main projects of the practice, the Deodoro Sports Complex (National Shooting Center, Equestrian Center, Field Hockey and Modern Pentathlon)_ built for the Rio 2007 Pan American Games, and ready for the 2016 Olympic Games _ won the Golden Medal at the 1st IAKS LAC Award (Section Latin America and Caribbean) in 2010 and the “Special Prize” in the IOC / IAKS 2011 Award in Cologne, Germany. In 2008/2009 BCMF Arquitetos was commissioned by the Brazilian Organizing Committee (COB) to develop most of the concept studies for the Rio 2016 candidature. In 2010 BCMF was commissioned by the Minas Arena Consortium to be responsible for the renovation of the Mineirão Stadium, in Belo Horizonte (MG), one of the selected venues for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, becoming the first brazillian architectural practice to participate in the three major mega-events that promisse to transform the country: Pan 2007, Rio 2016 and 2014 World Cup.