Sabina Uffer leads research and development for BuroHappold’s Cities team. She undertakes research for clients and BuroHappold at the intersection of urban policy and physical planning with a focus on housing, transportation, and community development.
She has worked in Switzerland, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the US. Before joining BuroHappold in 2013, she worked at the urban research institute LSE Cities researching the relationship between the physical form of urban neighbourhoods and their resiliency.
Her doctoral thesis analysed the spatial impacts of Berlin’s housing policy. She has taught at higher education institutions in the US and the UK.
Her current work includes research on NYC commercial waste sector, and housing and transport policy in London.