Arquitectonica is an international architecture, landscape architecture, interior design and urban planning firm with headquarters in Miami and offices in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Manila, Lima and São Paulo.

Arquitectonica was born in 1977 as an experimental studio founded by the Peruvian architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia together with Laurinda Hope Spear, Andrés Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk and Hervin Romney. The studio is known for its sophisticated surface design, articulation of facades, as well as a bold use of colour and graphic form. Its signature style is a dramatic and expressive “high tech” modernism.

Arquitectonica collaborated with Memphis in 1984 with the creation of the Madonna table. Arquitectonica has received hundreds of design awards and its innovative work has been the subject of exhibitions in numerous museums and institutions. In 2014, in Milan, the Arquitectonica studio designed the two residential towers Aria and Solaria as part of the redevelopment of the city’s Porta Nuova district.