Madara Razumovska Architecture portfolio

Madara Holding LLC
CEO, Achitect (August 2020 and present)
Multifunctional company management and Architecture, including renovations of private and industrial buildings

Sarma&Norde arhitekti LLC Architect (2016- June 2021)

Architect and desiner (2014-2016)

Tallinn Architecture Biennale
Architect (2015)
Design of the Latvian pavilion and development of the software “World Without an Architect”;

5. iela LLC
Architect (2014-2016)

Freelance job
Reconstruction of a residential building at 44 Kalnciema Street, Riga (2013)

Open AD
Architect (2012-2013)

Nabito arquitectura / Barselona Architect (2011-2012)

Expert technical level: Revit, AutoCad, Photoshop, Sketchup, MS Office.


Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning (2007-2014) Riga Technical University (Professional Bachelor)

Erasmus (2009-2010) Politecnico di Milano

Secondary education (2004-2007) First Gymnasium of Riga

Primary education (-2003) Pāvila Jurjāņa music school

Latvian (Native)

English (Proffesional)

Russian (Fluent)
Italian (Fluent)

Chinese (Intermediate)


Residential house
Talsu St. 4, Riga
Residential house
Kalnciema St. 44, Riga

“Dienvidu pakavs” 3
House of Čakste
Residental houses in
Atbrīvotāju St. 24F, Sigulda
Apartment building
Skolas St. 17, Riga
World without Architects


After reconstruction

The building was designed in 1937, when Jānis and Beāte Ziveri decided to build a 2-storey residential rental house. The architect of the building was L. Hoffmans – Grīnbergs, who designed the building in the style of functionalism typical of the time, which was defined as a modern movement in the interwar period.

From today’s point of view, the project preserves and restores the building’s historic values, adapting the building’s layout to modern needs. The building is designed for one-level and two-level apartments with an area of 100 – 200 m2. The volume of the building has been increased, providing for the 3rd floor. Spacious glazing overlooking the square. Balconies have been designed in the southern façade of the building, the half-basement of the building has been deepened, relief has been created, thus providing two-level apartments with an en- trance from the yard.

Before reconstruction

Floor plans

Talsu 4 floor plans


The building project was con- firmed on 2nd December 1898 in Riga city construction council. The project author was L.Devenbrus.

The first owner of the house was Ottilie Ward. The next own- er was mentioned Jānis Berķis. On 3rd of May 1933 Jānis Berķis sub- mited application to Riga City Construc- tion board to do following construc- tion works – plastering of the building, during this time house was plastered and got the look that we see today. This plaster is one of the layers that shows the stylistic trends during the 1930s.

Nowadays the building is part of the wodden architecture heritage of Riga. In order to preserve the authenticity the building it is insu- lated from inside keeping histori- cal wooden facade details, plaster. The courtyard facade is designed in contemporary way, enlarege- ning the windows towards the courtyard. The apaartments are designed according to the mod- ern needs.There are 8 one floor and two floor apartments in total.

Dienvidu pakavs 3

The project is located in Ziepniekkalns – one of the Soviet districts of Riga. It is expexted that the new owners of the apartments will be the current inhabitants of this neighbourhood that will move from the old soviet buildings to the new project.
The plan of the building consists of standard apartment plans. The apartment area are similar to the soviet era apartments, but the apartment layout is more convenient – the living room is connected with kitchen. All three room apartmants are orented to two facade sides, four room apartments – to three facade sides. The parking lot is designed in half basement, leaving lots of space for greenery on ground level. On North East corner of the plot 17th floor high building is planned, that will serve as the local landmark. It is planned to develop the project in 2 stages.


The project location is in Sigulda centre, on the crossroads of Lāčplēša and Čakstes St. The surrounding buildings are designed in Soviet times. The cityscape in this area is quite monotonous. The aim was to design a building that people would remember, that would serve as a local landmark. The building shape is rounded, the balconies are deisgned towards South, West and East sides. The balconies are designed with vertical wooden boards , that provides privacy for the apartment owners as the building is located in central space.


The project “ The world without an architect“ aim was to give an opportunity to any person with a help of virtual reality to become an ar- chitect. A program was developed that would allow for the person to build a house in virtual reality using only a hand and then print it with 3D printer.

The process is visible on the cylindre shaped 3D screen.


The aim of the project was to create a building that would integrate organically into the urban environment. Building plan is designed in order to plan two sided apart- ments. All spaces in this project are used – the building is placed on the border of the plot, designing fireproof wall with windows towards neighbour plot, entrance in the underground parking is organized with car elevators. A roof garden is planned at the fourth floor level.


The project location is surrounded with private houses, thus the aim of the project was to create the residential buildings in a way that the scale of the project would adjust the surroundings. The buildings are organized in East – West direction, ensuring the insulation. The building plan is modular, there are 4 apartments and one stairway desiged in total. The apartments are organized in a way that most of them would be two sided. There are planned 72 rental apartments in total, that will be built in three stages.