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Full house at the RIBA

A huge thank you to Dian and the RIBA team for hosting the RIBA International small talks.

It was a great turn out with over 120 people.

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RIBA Conservation 17

The German Ambassador’s Residence is featured as a double page spread in the 2017 RIBA Conservation Directory of Chartered Practices.

The book is available to buy online at the RIBA Book Shop. Read more about the German Embassy Ambassador’s Residence here.

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The RIBA small Talks

Markus Seifermann will be speaking at The RIBA small talks on Tuesday 13th June.

Markus will be discussing self-sustaining and self-build homes in the Black Forest.

To register, visit the RIBA website.

The Goethe Institut

ÜberRaum Architects have been appointed to refurbish the facade of the Goethe Institut on Exhibition Road in Knightsbridge, London.


NLA exhibition, London: Design Capital

ÜberRaum Architects have three projects featured in London: Design Capital, the new NLA exhibition which explores the global reach of London’s built environment industries.

This exhibition is the outcome of a new NLA Insight Study. A two-month programme of events taking place for the duration of the exhibition will further explore key themes, forming a core part of the NLA International Dialogues programme.

One of our three projects featured is Mountain Villa Resort, a scheme consiting of 70 mountainside homes as part of a new landscaped development, set in a stunning mountain setting in Gabala, a city in the north Azerbaijan mountains.

The second project Baku Old Town House, is a full refirbishment of the Old Town Residence. Clad in bronze, the rooftop pavilion’s surface reflects sunlight seen across its UNESCO World Heritage Site surroundings. Its sculptural form provides dramatic views, while clearly expressing the contemporary addition to the historic building.

Our final project featured in the NLA exhibition is Cloud Cuckoo House. Located in the Black Forest, Germany, Cloud Cuckoo sits at an altitude of 800m above sea level. When fog drifts into the valley, the home for a young family floats above the clouds, with a magical view across the fairytale landscape of the Upper-Rhine area.

The Exhibition is held at The Building Centre, WC1E 7BT 

Wed 17 May – Fri 7 July

Event Time: Start Time: 09:00 – End Time: 18:00

To book a ticket please visit LONDON: DESIGN CAPITAL website.

To find out more visit New London Architecture website.

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BMW lifestyle store

ÜberRaum Architects with Ganter Interior were invited by BMW to develop a new retail store concept, drawing on the visual identity of the BMW brand, and referencing its material and colour palette.

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Quer Architecture Magazine Interview

Quer Architecture Magazine Interviews Daniela and Markus Seifermann for their latest publication.

Read or download the article here.

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What Life Above the Clouds looks like

ÜberRaum’s Cloud Cuckoo House has been featured on homify. Cloud Cuckoo House in the Black Forest, Germany, sits at an altitude of 800m above sea level. When fog drifts into the valley, the home for a young family floats above the clouds, with a magical view across the fairytale landscape of the Upper-Rhine area.

To read the article, visit homify’s website.

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Cherry Blossom House, proving sustainability can be sexy!

ÜberRaum’s Cherry Blossom house has been featured on Homify magazine, the UK and world-wide design network, as one of 10 eco-friendly houses proving sustainability can be sexy.

Located close to Strasbourg, Cherry Blossom House is a low-carbon house, completely insulated with eco-friendly cellulose and finished with triple glazed windows. But it gets even more impressive—the integrated solar panels on the roof and an air source heat pump also make it (almost) completely energy self-sufficient.

Read the article here.