VAMOS Architects is an architecture and urban design firm led by Evan Bennett and Silvia Fuster.

VAMOS works with public and private organizations to activate and optimize spaces through design and creative programming. VAMOS has developed architectural and urban projects that include designs for public and commercial spaces, luxury retail, collaborative art installations, and other entrepreneurial initiatives. VAMOS aims to bring design and action to unexpected places and positively impact human perception and behavior.

In 2007 VAMOS was conceived as a creative platform that could provide a bridge between Spain and the United States. Our practice has come of age in a time of scarcity and this has encouraged us to embrace a spirit of frugal innovation. Our work demonstrates our breadth of interests. VAMOS’ clients and collaborators include Chris Blackwell / Island Outpost, Macro Sea, Maimonides Medical Center, The NY Photo Festival, St. John’s University, Diane von Furstenberg Studio, DesigNYC, and the MTA.

Silvia Fuster received her Masters in Architecture from Harvard University and her Bachelors in Urban Planning and Architecture from Brown University. Prior to founding VAMOS, Silvia worked at WORK Architecture Company in New York, Carlos Ferreter Arquitecte in Barcelona, and Venturi Scott Brown + Associates in Philadelphia. Silvia has taught summer design studios at Harvard University and Cornell University. She grew up between New York and her parents' native Barcelona.

Evan Bennett, AIA LEED-AP received his Masters in Architecture from Princeton University and his Bachelors in Art History from Oberlin College. He also studied at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen. Prior to forming VAMOS, Evan worked with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam and with the Rockwell Group in New York. He has taught at Cornell University and Parsons The New School for Design. Evan is a registered architect in New York State, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED-Accredited Professional.