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Tallinn Vision Competition. Re-metabolizing Paljassaare



We look for visionary proposals working at the intersection of architecture, computation and biology to re-define the Paljassaare Peninsula as a new urban prototype for the city of Tallinn.

The Baltic Pavilion



Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania at 15th International Architecture Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia (May 28th to November 27th 2016)

Naturalist



New products bringing nature home by Russian designers at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2016

Estonia opens international call for projects for country’s exposition at the next La Biennale di Venezia Architecture Exhibition



Estonian Centre of Architecture is looking for a project to represent Estonia at the next international architecture biennial in Venice. The first stage of the two-stage public international curator competition will close on 31 August 2015, with three proposals moving onto the second stage. The winner of the competition will be announced on 10 November 2015.

Open international design competition for an architectural design of the historic and cultural complex in Kaliningrad



On behalf of the Kaliningrad Region Government and with assistance of the Kaliningrad City Administration, the Non-Profit Partnership ”Urban Planning Bureau ”Heart of the City” launches an open international architectural design competition for an architectural design of the Governmental historic and cultural complex on the grounds of the former order castle Königsberg in Kaliningrad (“Post-castle”, 4,5 ha).

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We look for visionary proposals working at the intersection of architecture, computation and biology to re-define the Paljassaare Peninsula as a new urban prototype for the city of Tallinn.


The programme for November 30th, the last day of the exhibition for Platforma, the competition organized by Project Baltia, LSR Group, and the New Stage of the Aleksandrinsky Theatre, featured lectures by members of the competition jury. The speakers were architects Jeroen Schipper (Rotterdam), Kimmo Lintula (Helsinki), Ruben Arkelyan (Moscow), and Maurice Nio (Rotterdam). Project Baltia’s correspondent managed to talk to Maurice Nio, an architect who is often called architecture’s artist and poet.