Archive 2019

Come Out and Play. Modern Kindergartens

Fairy tales, children’s drawings and sun – if any architect could draw inspiration from these, it would certainly be the designer of a kindergarten. Seen the other way, kindergarten architecture has also posed challenges for professionals,...

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Geometry and Metaphysics. Mare Vint and Arne Maasik

Printmaker Mare Vint and architect-photographer Arne Maasik, younger by one generation, are both well-known Estonian artists. However, the exhibition in the Museum of Estonian Architecture is for the first time they are presenting their works together,...

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Woodland Sweden

Timber has traditionally been an important construction material in Sweden – a little red wooden cottage is part of Swedish national heritage. Contemporary wooden architecture offers a wide selection of buildings, from small private houses to...

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EXPLORE SPACE!

The new permanent exhibition for children and young people teaches how to experience space and grasp the essence of architecture. The environment created in the vaulted basement of the Rotermann Salt Storage offers experiences for different...

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A Room of One’s Own. Feminist’s Questions to Architecture

A room and money of her own – these are two prerequisites for a woman’s self-fulfilment, so wrote Virginia Woolf almost 90 years ago. Despite this, Estonian architectural culture still seems to be completely unaware of...

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