The MMBB, founded in 1991 in São Paulo, is an architecture firm formed by Fernando de Mello Franco, Marta Moreira and Milton Braga, architects graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of São Paulo (FAUUSP) between 1986 and 1987. It counted between his partners with Vinicius Gorgati (1990 to 1992) and also Angelo Bucci (1996 to 2002). From 2013, Fernando de Mello Franco graduated from the activities and responsibilities of the office to assume the position of Secretary of Urban Development of the city of São Paulo.
The MMBB is a versatile company that can handle a wide range of scales, scopes and contexts. In its production, recognized through several national and international awards, the projects of institutional buildings, social facilities and urban infrastructure stand out, fruits of the work focus that seeks to value the public dimension intrinsic to architecture and urbanism, with the objective of contributing to the construction of urbanity in the cities where it operates.
The projects, often carried out in the form of associations and collaborations with different architects and consulting engineering companies, have enabled the structuring of a plural action, necessary in view of the comprehensiveness and complexity of the challenges of the contemporary city.
The association with consulting engineering companies has led to the development of urban infrastructure projects such as corridors and bus terminals, monorails, underground garages and garage buildings, toll plazas, walkways, among others.
The partnership with the architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha, in turn, offers the opportunity to develop large projects for institutional and government bodies, destined for cultural, educational, representative and service activities.