Victoria Benatar is a New York based Registered Architect dedicated to developing high--end interior design and architecture projects worldwide. Her firm design & build small or large project for commercial & residential uses, focusing on the maximization of the use of the space while adding value to your property and well being to your life. We do both architecture & interior design to create customized spaces for each client according to their needs and lifestyle because each project is different.
She has worked on major design assignments worldwide with clients that include Steve Madden, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame NYC Annex and others. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Art Forum, Archis, Oculus, New York Spaces, VSMD, Ocean Drive and others.
Ms. Benatar has been regularly acknowledged by the architectural community with numerous degrees, awards and invitations to teach and speak. She was an adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University in the Urban Design department and since 1996 and she is teaching at Parsons the new School of Design courses on architectural representation with digital media.
She earned an Architecture degree from Universidad Central de Venezuela (1983) and a Master degree in Urban Design & Architecture from Columbia University (1995).
“During almost 30 years of experience, I have discovered there is a direct relationship between the quality of the spaces we use for living and working and human happiness & productivity.
My objective as an architect is to help as much people as possible to improve the quality of their lives by improving the quality of their spaces, because DESIGN REALLY MATTERS!!!”
Apart from her professional & academic life, Ms. Benatar is in the advisory board to Aid for Aids AID FOR AIDS International (AFAI) is a non--profit 501 (c) (3) organization committed to improving the quality of life of people with HIV or AIDS in developing countries and who are immigrants to the United States of America.
She also contribute helping FUNDANA a non profit organization that house and aid children that have been victims of negligence & abuse.