Diego Cambefort was born in Panama City on February 28, 1981. He studied at the University of Panama and received his Bachelor's degree in Architecture in the year 2005. He works in the architecture studio Cambefort and Boza S.A. since the year 2003 where he began as an assistant architect. He currently works as an architect and coordinator of construction projects. In 2009, he received a grand prize (the work of the year) by the project "green house", where he received a prize as part of the work team of Cambefort and Boza as architect designer of the work. In 2006 he won the competition; together with the architect Pablo Cambefort, for the design of a new entrance for the Summit park; a contest promoted by the city of Panama. In addition, he works independently as architects and he has carried out all kinds of projects, from furniture to residential projects, commercial projects, instutional projects, among others.