The MPC (Media Press Center) is part of the Media Complex at Rio 2016’s Olympic Park.

MPC – Media Press Center – 2016 Olympic Games

The project was developed through a partnership between Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and aflalo/gasperini architects who were responsible for the viability study, project tropicalization and technical development.

São Paulo Corporate Towers

his composition of interlinked differing volumes, plus the overall look demarcated by frameworks that envelop them separately, confers a contemporary identity to the entire complex.


The project’s architectural design approach is inspired by the site’s unique qualities so we worked with a continuous curved façade near the corner, thus conferring a special characterization to the surroundings due to the generous setback

TEOEMP – Largo da Batata

The project comprises a commercial building superimposed over a residential building; the first is positioned parallel to the street and the other perpendicular to the same, taking into account adequate incidence of sunlight for each use.

Soberane – Manaus

The project was conceived in two ‘wings’, oriented to maximize the view towards the mountains and over the channel of the Santos port.

Valongo Brasil

The installation of the buildings is done on fill, over a large empty space, the park, which runs along the diagonal of the lot, representing the pivot of connectivity of the entire project.

Parque da Cidade (City Park)

Two identical towers but in inverted positions, connected on the ground floor and on four standard upper floors by bridge-like structures between the towers thus characterizing a single building

WT Morumbi

The building’s design makes good use of the staggering and markings of its articulations, defining planes that highlight these layers.

Berrini One

The Trump Towers complex is situated in the region of the Porto Maravilha revitalization project in Rio de Janeiro’s port area, considered to be the city’s new business center.

Trump Towers Rio

The project design approach is defined by the disposition of two towers that visually appear to be one single tower.

Porto Maravilha Corporate

The FL 4300 is a mixed-use complex of a unique urban character in São Paulo, made up of three towers embedded in a “U” shape on a site with access to three adjacent roads.

FL 4300

The facades’ composition explored the idea of large panels of different heights and thicknesses, intensifying the aspect of the horizontal elements.

SAO International Square

The complex is composed of three volumes that overlap each other, one horizontal, housing a shopping mall, and a tower comprising two volumes.

Matarazzo Tower and Cidade São Paulo Shopping Mall

The idea of open spaces integrated with nature was chosen, where the ground floor affords greater free passage and the internal patios are planted with trees.

Serramar Parque Shopping

The complex possesses its own electrical energy cogeneration, able to meet a constant 100% load.

Rochaverá Corporate Towers

The complex is accessible to the city, having no low railings or fences but with wide sidewalks and semi-public spaces that take into consideration the line-up of the neighboring buildings.

Morumbi Corporate

Born of a nautical inspiration, the building’s shape features two of its facades in symmetrical curves, set diagonally on the terrain.

Infinity Tower

The floor plan unfolds in an “L” shape totalling 80 meters in length by 15 in width, free of pillars.

Cidade Jardim

The project for this corporate tower aims at the largest possible occupancy within the remaining lot, with a floor plan featuring a central core and two of its facades slightly curved.

Eco Berrini