Cloud Cuckoo House in Baden-Baden has been awarded the Hugo-Häring prize of the BDA (The Association of German Architects). The Hugo-Häring award is the most important architectural award in Baden-Württemberg, which has been awarded to architects and builders for their joint work every three years.
Our refurbishment of the ZDF TV Studio in London has been nominated for the 2015 GERMAN DESIGN AWARD. The project involved the renovation and fit-out of a Grade II listed building for one of Germany’s largest TV broadcaster.
Built as a German “Passivhaus” with focus on sustainability and environmental friendliness, our Cherry Blossom House has won the award as Most Eco-Friendly Single Dwelling at BUILD Magazine’s 2015 Architecture Awards.
ÜberRaum’s Cherry Blossom House situated in Germany’s renowned Black Forest region has received the prize for the 2014 Beispielhaftes Bauen (Exemplary Design) Award by the Architectural Chamber of Baden Württemberg.
The Marcel Duchamp Festival in Herne Bay, which featured art works by ÜberRaum’s director Markus Seifermann, has been awarded East Kent’s People Favourite up on stage alongside Orlando Bloom and Jasmine Vardimon.
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Daniela is a co-founder and director of ÜberRaum Architects. She worked previously on projects in Germany, Switzerland, UK and the Middle East where the scale ranged from multi-billion-pound masterplans to small boutique interiors.
Daniela uses her experience and leadership to build relationships with consultants and authorities to engage and integrate everybody in the delivery of the project. This results in better buildings that everybody can be proud of.
As practice director, she is devoted to working closely with clients to help them realise their briefs. She infuses her work with her passion for materials, a strong sensibility for colour and an understanding of context and user experience.
2013 – Director and Co-Founder of ÜberRaum, London
2011 – Director and Co-Founder of ’Patalab, Constance
2009–2013 – Patalab, London
2006–2009 – Austin-Smith:Lord Architects, London
2003–2006 – bmt-architects, Constance
2003 Dipl. Ing. in Architecture, HTWG Constance, Germany
Rhona joined ÜberRaum Architects in November 2018 as a Part 2 Architectural Assistant. She studied at Glasgow School of Art. Previously at K W Reed and Associates, she worked on residential and educational proposals, including work for Harrow School.
She is now developing an innovative medical centre, as well as working on commercial and residential projects.
Rhona enjoys travelling, especially exploring the history of a place, such as visits to Machu Picchu and Rome. She also likes to keep active with swimming and snowboarding.
Before co-founding ÜberRaum Architects, Markus delivered several high-profile buildings for world-renowned practices in Toronto, Stuttgart and London, including Auer&Weber and Make. At ÜberRaum Architects he has led a variety of projects from concept to completion. His experience is composed of residential, retail and office design as well as government buildings.
As director he maintains and evolves the practice’s identity through an active, hands-on approach. This aids to the professionalism and communication of our project management and the continuation of high design quality to meet the aspirations and needs of our clients.
Markus enjoys a collaborative working method and the inevitable positive results this process embodies. His design approach is embellished through his love of film and the cinematic, which results in exciting architectural proposals that are dynamic and atmospheric.
2013 – Director and Co-Founder of ÜberRaum, London
2009–2012 – Director and Co-Founder of ‘Patalab, London & Constance
2005–2008 – Make Architects, London
2002–2004 – Auer + Weber + Architects, Stuttgart
2000 – Zeidler Roberts + Partnership, Toronto
1999 – Behnisch Architects, Stuttgart
2006 – Master at The Bartlett School of Architecture, London
2005 – DAAD Scholarship Holder
2002 – Dipl. Ing. in Architecture, HTWG Constance, Germany
2002 – Forum Alpbach Scholarship Holder
Lecturer in UK, Germany and Switzerland
2008–2010 – Diploma Tutor, DS 14
Westminster School of Architecture, London
2007 – Part Time Lecturer, Kingston University, London
Moin joined ÜberRaum Architects in September 2019 and is a Part 1 Architectural Assistant.
He graduated with Honours from Oxford Brookes University, where his architectural drawings were nominated for the best hand drawn visualisation prize.
Moin enjoys travelling and likes to carry a sketchbook wherever his goes - documenting his explorations. In his spare time he loves to visit galleries and museums around London. He is also an avid supporter and player of cricket and football.
Rebecca joined ÜberRaum Architects in August 2018 as Senior Architect.
Rebecca has extensive experience designing a wide variety of building types, from small residential schemes to large schools and commercial developments.
She has led multi-disciplinary design teams from inception to completion, to deliver award-winning projects, with a particular passion for and expertise in education buildings and innovative teaching spaces.
Both British and German, Rebecca enjoys working closely and pro-actively with our clients and the design teams to develop bespoke solutions and deliver beautiful buildings.
Rebecca is a school governor and regularly volunteers for Open City’s Architecture in Schools Programme.
Claudia joined ÜberRaum Architects in September 2017. She studied translation, English and Economics in Munich. She does Business Development and helps out wherever needed: from pitch writing, social media, to publishing articles in the press, etc.
Claudia makes the decaf coffee in the office, and promises “it’s almost as nice as the real stuff”.
She has countless favourite films and books but ‘Night on Earth’, by Jim Jarmusch (film), and ‘Perfume’ by Patrick Süskind (book) are both in her top 10.
Magda joined ÜberRaum Architects in 2014. She received her training in ETSAC Coruña, Spain and also studied in Rennes (France) and in Madrid (Spain).
Since joining the practice, she has worked in a variety of residential, commercial and governmental projects, including her role as a Project Architect to the German Ambassador’s Residence in London.
Magda enjoys cycling with her family on weekends. She also runs a charity with her friends, helping people in need in South London.
She became Associate to the practice in 2018.
Dominik joined ÜberRaum Architects in September 2018, coming with previous experience at a large urban design-based practice. He studied at Oxford School of Architecture, where he developed an interest in post-modern architecture, and use of contemporary ornament. He won the Best Digital Drawing at end of year exhibition 2017.
He is an Architectural Assistant, working on projects such as the German Embassy in London, a high-end residential project which included designing a comprehensive joinery package, and the refurbishment and extension of a Shoreditch mixed-use building.