Call for projects to counter climate crisis and its consequences through architecture

LINA (Learn, Interact and Network in Architecture), the European architecture platform, calls upon emerging architects and other creatives to share their ideas, projects, or practices that might help make the European Green Deal a reality. Estonian Museum of Architecture is a member of the newly-minted alliance of architectural museums,...

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A new book published on Louis Kahn’s and Moshe Safdie’s structural engineer

  Published by Birkhäuser Verlag in collaboration with the Estonian Museum of Architecture, the book Miracles in Concrete. Structural Engineer August Komendant is the first comprehensive assessment of the Estonian-American expert on reinforced concrete structures. The book, in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name—first exhibited at the...

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Annual Pass to the Estonian Museum of Architecture

From today, you are welcome to buy a personal annual ticket to the Estonian Museum of Architecture. The 25 euro ticket is valid for one year from the date of purchase and is registered. Visit the museum every day, in addition we offer a 5% discount on the museum’s...

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Exhibition OASIS seeks a place to survive

Exhibition OASIS opened in Estonian Museum of Architecture in Tallinn brings together different projects of designers/artists/architects who created contemporary micro-climates for survival in a hostile environment. The project curated by Irma Arribas and Erich Weiss presents nine case-studies of environments and situations that can be understood as ‘landscapes of care’....

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Triin Ojari nominated to the Jury of the 2022 Mies van der Rohe Award

To honour the great 20th century modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the European Union Prize is awarded every two years to the best work of European architecture. The jury consists of architects, critics, commissioners, the President of the European Union of Architects. Triin Ojari, the Director of...

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“The Houses That We Need” aims to ensure a more beautiful, secure and peaceful future on planet Earth

On 10 June 2021, we will be opening the exhibition “The Houses That We Need” in the Rotermann Salt Storage and celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Museum of Estonian Architecture. “The Houses That We Need” is an unprecedented group exhibition, the theme of which is nothing short of...

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Leisure spaces – one of Best Book Designs from all over the world

Stiftung Buchkunst [German foundation for book design] has chosen the best book design from all over the world. Estonian Museum of Architectures publication “Leisure spaces. Holiday and architecture in 20th century Estonia” was awarded a Bronze medal. The book was edited by Triin Ojari and Epp Lankots and graphic...

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Architecton 30 by Leonhard Lapin celebrates 30 years of the Museum

To celebrate the 30th birthday of the Estonian Museum of Architecture, architect and artist Leonhard Lapin created architecton “30” that stands now in front of the Rotermann Salt Storage, the home for the museum for 25 years. The Estonian Concrete Association and entrepreneurs donated the piece of art to...

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Museum is open on Pentecost Sunday, May 23

Estonian Museum of Architecture in the Rotermann Salt Storage is also open on Pentecost Sunday, May 23, to offer the last opportunity to visit the exhibition “City Unfinished. Urban Visions”. The exhibition is based on the research project Unfinished City of the Estonian Academy of Arts, which dealt with...

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