The museum is open!

The Estonian Museum of Architecture will be open from January 19th, the doors are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm. On January 1, the museum turned 30 years old, and to celebrate this we will present Leonhard Lapin’s installation of an architect’s desk –...

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A Happy New Year and good health!

Dear friends of our Museum! Estonian Museum of Architecture celebrates 30 years on the New Year’s Day. We are grateful for your architectural interest and curiosity through the years. We welcome you back to the museum in Rotermann Salt Storage from January 19, 2021. A Happy New Year and...

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Happy Holidays!

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An online lecture on „The Obscure Cities: Imaginary Architectures Between Utopia and Dystopia“

On October 8 at 6pm writer Benoît Peeters will give an online lecture on „The Obscure Cities: Imaginary Architectures Between Utopia and Dystopia“. The lecture is accompanied by the exhibition “The Obscure World of the Urbatect. Architectural comics by François Schuiten & Benoît Peeters”. It will take place online...

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New postcards with Tallinn 1980 Olympic buildings and structures

The Estonian Museum of Architecture celebrates 40 years from the Tallinn Olympic sailing regatta with a set of postcards of the Olympic buildings. Not many Olympic cities have had the chance to use the Olympic structures after the games. By now, the best known of them are considerably shaping...

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Take the opportunity – last days to see the miracles in concrete

The grand exhibition “Miracles in Concrete. Structural Engineer August Komendant” is coming to and end. The last day to see the miracles Sunday, July 26.  There will be two guided tours to the exhibition. On July 25 at 14.00 in Estonian by the curator Carl-dag Lige and on Wednesday,...

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The Obscure World Of The Urbatect. Architectural Comics By François Schuiten & Benoît Peeters in the Estonian Museum Of Architecture

On July 1, 2020 the Estonian Museum of Architecture proudly presents the new exhibition The Obscure World of the Urbatect. Architectural comics by François Schuiten & Benoît Peeters and the Estonian language publication of the graphic novel „Segadus Urbicande’is“ („La Fiévre d’Urbicande“). Comics and architectural graphics join in this exhibition of the...

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Estonian Museum of Architecture re-opened from May 12, 2020

Estonian Museum of Architecture is open for visitors from Tuesday, May 12. The Rotermann Salt Storage presents the acclaimed exhibition “Miracles in Concrete. Structural Engineer August Komendant”, which has been extended until July 26. The gallery floor of the museum shows the award-winning works of the architectural competitions of...

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Find us online!

The museum is closed due to the prevention of the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19). The Museum is monitoring the reports of coronavirus developments, and orders from the Estonian Government. We are ready to welcome you again as soon as possible. Meanwhile find us online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Arhitektuurimuuseum/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arhitektuurimuuseum/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2GLz-0gZHGuyVr4RMuwgJA MuIS: https://www.muis.ee/catalogue...

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Tallinn Architecture 1900–2020. Architecture Guide

Compiled by Karin Hallas-Murula Translator: Krista Mits Designer: Angelika Schneider Tallinn, 2020 Estonian Museum of Architecture is pleased to announce that the new, updated Tallinn Architecture 1900–2020. Architecture Guide has come out. The representative guidebook compiled by architecture historian Karin Hallas-Murula aims to foster foreign visitors’ interest not only in the...

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