RAAM explores the different building scales, from interior design to urban composition.
Each project is unique. The client’s ambition, the qualities of the site and its imagined possible uses nourish together the architectural purpose.
RAAM has at its disposal a panel of design offices. The panel guarantees the efficiency of the design work and the optimization of the delivery time.
In 2003, Mathieu Andrieu and Iman Morshedi won the Europan 7 competition with a project for Tallinn, Estonia. They met Alice Laanemägi, then Director of the Northern Tallinn and Haabersti districts at Tallinn City Planning Department.
Iman Morshedi moved to Estonia in order to achieve the project and later founded RAAM with Alice Laanemägi.
Meanwhile, Mathieu Andrieu pursued a career in a Parisian agency in charge of Parisian public and private major projects.
Back in France, Iman Morshedi created with Mathieu Andrieu the Parisian office of RAAM.
The agency has since regularly worked with Fleur Delesalle, Interior Designer, and enriched its experience.
This is how the agency offers its customers a panel of complementary and high-quality skills.
Iman is a DPLG architect, a 2006 graduate of the ENSA Paris-Belleville. He enlarged his initial training at the Helsinki University of Technology.
After having worked with several agencies in France, The Netherlands and Finland, Iman founded RAAM with Alice Laanemägi.
He follows up on the architectural matters and presently supervises its commercial development.
Alice is a 2004 graduate of the Estonian Academy of Arts (Tallinn) in architecture and urban planning.
Her experience includes ten years in the departments of Urban Planning of the cities of Tartu and Tallinn. Hence her strong command of the Estonian legal and regulatory environment.
She founded RAAM in 2006.
Alice specializes today in complex urban development.
Mathieu is a DPLG architect and a 2004 graduate of the ENSA Paris-Belleville. He completed his initial training at the Technische Universität Berlin.
After ten years in the agency of the architects Patrick Berger and Jacques Anziutti, he now specializes in project managing (shops, offices, transports).
He monitors progress in the agency’s architectural studies.
Company partner, Interior Designer
Fleur is a 2005 graduate of ESAG Penninghen (Paris). She completed her initial training at Chelsea College of Arts (London).
She has worked with the architect India Mahdavi during seven years and is now achieving her own projects.
She develops a style of her own which gives the RAAM interiors their uniqueness.