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  • Boom/Room. New Estonian Architecture

    Exhibition produced by the Estonian Centre of Architecture
    FUGA, Budapest, 7-27 May 2013

    Curator: Pille Epner
    Team: Karli Luik, Margit Mutso, Inga Raukas
    Design: Inga Raukas

    BOOM/ROOM presents outstanding examples of contemporary architecture from Estonia which interact in a special way with the urban context. The exhibition deals with the building boom in the Baltic Republic since the mid 1990’s.

    In the course of rapid economic growth between 2000 and 2008, the appearance and atmosphere of Estonia’s cities transformed decidedly. At the same time the dream of many Estonians came true: to work in a large western-style city and to live in a private home with a garden. However, in consequence of the fast-paced building activities and inadequate planning principles, in many places fragmented urban spaces emerged. For this reason the architects’ responsibility to  create new buildings with a high spatial, cultural and social quality is all the more important.

    BOOM / ROOM therefore shows successful Estonian architecture which interacts with the user and the surroundings by creating new types of urban movement, communication and living.

    Apartment building in Tallinn. Architects Ott Kadarik, Villem Tomiste, Mihkel Tüür, 2009, Photo: Paco Ulman