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ÜberRaum is an award-winning firm of architects based in London. We strive to create spaces where human beings feel comfortable, inspired and at home. Our belief is that the better people feel, the more they can be themselves. So we measure success, not just in numbers, but in terms of shining eyes, racing pulses, gasps of wonder and wide grins of delight. To put it in another way: we design happy people.
Who we are – Founded by Markus and Daniela Seifermann, ÜberRaum Architects is an international multidisciplinary practice based in Central London. The office is made up of architects, art historians and film makers, covering all aspects of the building process. Our clients are varied and our built projects range from the UK to Switzerland, Germany, Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Our portfolio includes commercial and residential buildings, along with retail stores and office spaces, fit-outs and renovations of Grade I and II heritage buildings. How we work – We Design Happy People: This ethos can be seen in our approach to design, which is always bold and colourful with playful twists. We pay attention to smart details and love exploring surprising combinations of material, form and colour.
Our approach to architecture is always enriched through engagement and collaboration. We like to work openly and communicate with our clients from the first concept sketches to project hand-over. In our opinion this makes us the ideal partners in the process of designing and building your projects.
What we do – ÜberRaum Architects cover all aspects of the building process from design to details and project management. We like to see our roles as conductors motivating everybody involved in the process to work towards the best possible outcome.
Based on our extensive experience with the British and the German Building Industry, we also advise international clients on all aspects of planning and construction in the UK. The practice holds a direct appointment by the German Government as an advisor on the UK building market.