Bernardo Fort-Brescia

Bernardo Fort-Brescia is a US-based Peruvian businessman and architect.[1] He is the co-founder of the architectural firm Arquitectonica.[2] He is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).[1] He won the AIA Silver Medal.[1] He is also an heir to Grupo Breca.

Early life
Bernardo Fort-Brescia was born in Lima, Peru on November 19, 1951 into the Brescia family. His Italian-born grandfather, Fortunato Brescia Tassano, founded Grupo Breca, a real estate company-turned-conglomerate. His mother, Rosa Brescia Cafferata, is a billionaire heiress.[3] His brother Alex Fort Brescia, is a businessman.

Fort-Brescia studied architecture and urban planning at Princeton University and obtained his master’s degree in architecture from Harvard University.[1]

With his brother, Fort-Brescia manages his mother’s investments in Grupo Breca, their family conglomerate.[3]