Cambefort y Boza is a Panamanian architectural firm that has met with enormous success since it first opened its doors for business in 1983. Our firm comprises a group of professionals who offer a great variety of specialized architectural services, such as designing residential property, vacation/resort developments, and apartment, commercial, corporate and institutional buildings, including, but not limited to, remodeling and interior design services.
We devote all of our efforts and expertise to the development of each and every new project for which our firm is hired - no matter how big or small that project may be. Each design project has its own artistic and technical features, since we devote a great deal of time and energy to the site and its surroundings, including all the details these entail, always with a keen eye to the conservation of the environment. In order to do this, we have project design and construction specialists with access to state-of-the-art technology in architectural computer and visualization fields.
Our Firm serves clients in Panama for the most part, but it has also provided services to overseas clients, in countries such as Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Peru and Australia. Cambefort y Boza has been the proud recipient of several awards and acknowledgments from S.P.I.A. (Sociedad Panameña de Ingenieros y Arquitectos de Panamá - Panamanian Association of Engineers and Architects) for several design projects, and it received the 2005 Excelsa Award from the Colegio de Arquitectos de Panamá 2005 (2005 Association of Architects of Panama) for its design of the Punta Caracol residential house, described as the best architectural project of the year. Cambefort y Boza is an active member of the Sociedad Panameña de Ingenieros y Arquitectos (S.P.I.A.), the American Society of Interior Design (A.S.I.D.), the Asociación Panameña de Corredores y Promotores de Bienes Raíces (ACOBIR) (Panamanian Association of Real Estate Brokers and Developers), and the Instituto Panameño de Arquitectura y Urbanismo (IPAUR) (Panamanian Institute of Architecture and City Planning).