Who we are

HISTORY

Our Story

Archiwater Collaborative, Consulting and Design. main focus is the integration between Humans and Nature in the project design approach through the development of biological and advanced technological “MAD-flow” assisted aquatic design. Thus, this will improve the quality of life, water, energy conservation and reduction of CO2.

Archiwater Collaborative, Consulting and Design. scope of work includes schematic design, design development, construction documents, construction administration, mock-up, custom jet and fitting design.

OUR TEAM

Edison Becker Bonjardim
Principal/Founder

Graduated in Mechanical Design in Brazil with emphasis in hydraulic systems.  He has been designing swimming pools, ponds and water features since 1982, and his experience extends over 250 projects worldwide.  As senior designer at CMS Collaborative, he led the team to the successful design completion of innumerous projects such as King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia, The Pentagon Memorial in DC, Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, Lincoln Center and The Highline in New York City to name a few.

Cassiano Bonjardim
Product Manager

Graduated in 2009 from the California College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, fluent in English and Portuguese. He is the new generation bringing youth and vibrant energy to BWW with his deep commitment to sustainability and innovation. His works include his contribution for the winning prize City of Future Hydro-Net with IwamotoScott Architecture, Eco Triptych and potholegardens.org which was featured in the AIASF Urban Re:Interventions exhibition.

Ricardo Alves
Creative Director

Alves was born in Brazil, is fluent in English and Portuguese, and graduated in 2011 from Mackenzie University in Sao Paulo with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. He brings the additional scientific knowledge and research to our sustainable design approach. He is currently doing extensive research and recording/quantifying rainfall in several major areas in Brazil either affected by floods or droughts.