Brazilian Architect & Interior Designer, Myrna Porcaro has realizes her passion for architecture when the was a little girl. In fact, it was an early choice. Genuinely fascinated by experiencing her house in progress makeover, Myrna Porcaro became closer to the clipboard and square , and that was enough for declaring in loud and clear: “when I grow up I want to be an architect”.
In 1986, Myrna graduated from University of Minas Gerais in Brazil, and right after her graduation, she moved to Paris in order to pursue continuing education courses in architecture, attending many different Architecture programs for three years, where she was awarded with “Certificat d’etudes en approfondés in architecture” Anné 1986/1987, at Escole d’Architecture Paris Tolbiac and intitulé: Le bois dans lárchitecture, Une architecture de bois (wood architecture, a wooden architecture)” and “Certificat d’etudes en approfondés architecture – Anné 1987/1988, intitulé: Archhitecture economie et des equipementos culturelles (Architecture and economy of cultural facilities) “in addition to attending architectural history courses at the Louvre. Yet in the French capital, Myrna worked as Architect e Project Designer for the Bouleuc’s Residence (9,500sqft), and many others project, starting her career as Architect.
Back to Brazil in the beginning of 90”, Myrna her name working with a number of notable residential & commercial interiors, and innovate urban projects as well, all over the country, proving that design quality is not governed by size or style, Myrna won 21 Awards & Nominations throughout 1999-2012, and still has been featured on many television shows & interviews in Brazil, as well as print articles in over 95 brazilian Magazines specialized in Architecture.