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100 Steps Through 20th Century Estonian Architecture
The 100 steps denote 100 keywords, which most characterise the period of 1870–1992. English summaries and captions.
Roman Koolmar: From Oru Palace to the slums of Detroit
“Roman Koolmar: From Oru Palace to the slums of Detroit” is the first overview of Roman Koolmar’s (1904–1971) work, whose buildings are perhaps better known than the architect himself. Parallel text in English.
Unbuilt. Visions for a New Society 1986–1994
“Unbuilt. Visions for a New Society 1986–1994” presents a selection of architectural projects and conceptual designs from the period from the launching of Perestroika until the first years of newly independent Estonian Republic. Parallel text in English.
Vilen Künnapu. Art, Architecture, Revolution
Vilen Künnapu. Art, Architecture, Revolution is a book accompanied by an exhibition of the same name. The book features a foreword by Veljo Kaasik and introduction by Indrek Grigor. Parallel text in English.
Tallinn Architecture 1900–2020. Architecture Guide
Estonian Museum of Architecture is pleased to announce a new, updated and revised edition of Tallinn Architecture 1900–2020. Architecture Guide. Text in English.
Drawn Space. Works from the Archives of the Museum of Estonian Architecture
The core of a museum is its collections. One of the most prized parts of the Museum of Estonian Architecture’s collection is architectural drawings: initial sketches, elaborate perspectives and lofty urban plans the architect has drawn manually on paper. Parallel text in English.
SPACE IN MOTION: A Century of Estonian Architecture
Originally published in 2015, the updated version of “SPACE IN MOTION: A Century of Estonian Architecture” now also presents buildings completed in the last couple of years (the Estonian National Museum in Tartu, the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn, the Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa, etc.) and also takes a look to the future (the Rail Baltic stations in Tallinn and Pärnu, etc.). Parallel text in English.
The Luther Factory, Plywood and Furniture (II print)
The catalogue acquaints the history of the legendary company Mehaanilise Puutööstuse Aktsiaselts A. M. Luther, presenting its technologically innovative plywood furniture. Parallel text in English.
FACE-TO-FACE: The Story of the Baltic Exchange
The book “FACE-TO-FACE: The Story of the Baltic Exchange” describes the installation of the same title by Salto architects Maarja Kask and Ralf Lõoke and artist Neeme Külm at the Museum of Estonian Architecture and offers an in-depth overview of the unusual fate of the building, including its relocation. Text in English.
Come Out and Play. Modern Kindergartens
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Geometry and Metaphysics. Mare Vint and Arne Maasik
Richly illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition where two renown Estonian artists Arne Maasik and Mare Vint presented their works together for the first time. Parallel text in English.
To the New World: Estonian Architects in Toronto
Accompanying the Museum of Estonian Architecture exhibition “To the New World: Estonian Architects in Toronto”, this book provides a thorough overview of the work and lives of architects of Estonian origin who emigrated to Canada during the Second World War. Parallel text in English.
Kopli Sonata. The Russo-Baltic Shipyard
The book considers the spatial development of the Russo-Baltic Shipyard and its former settlement throughout 105 years. Summaries and captions in English and Russian.