Works

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Supervisor: Piret Vacht The aim of the soil workshop is to explain the basics of soil science and its necessity in landscape design. In the course of the workshop supervised by Piret Vacht, students learned about the types of urban soil and the basis for perceiving the connection between soil peculiarities and the plant habitat preferences and thus came to understand the basic requirements of ...
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Supervisor: Olev Abner In the dendrology workshop, students are introduced to the most common trees and bushes, their conditions for growth and developmental cycles together with the potential threats in order to prepare them for independent landscape design projects. In the course of the workshop supervised by Olev Abner, altogether two study trips were undertaken to parks in Tallinn city ...
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Supervisor: Jaan Tiidemann Autumn term of Year I “A Good Place” is a space description task in which first-year students analyse a personally experienced space, its parameters and quality and conveys the given aspects by means of graphics and a short video. The videos may be viewed by location here.
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3D Lab’s Workshop on Parallel Modelling Fluid Form – preparation for the TAB installation The aim of the workshop “Fluid Form” was to explore the process of parametric modelling leading to the creation of a physical prototype. There were two recommended goals – the object should control flow and/or the object itself could be poured, i.e. made of cast material. The workshop also marked a ...
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Supervisors: Prof. Andres Alver and architect Indrek Rünkla Spring term of Year 1 The aim of the first-year students’ spring term task is to introduce the prerequisites, reasons and possibilities of architecture. In their search for solutions, students need to explore and consider the relations between man and his surroundings. Shelters may be considered as the smallest spatial assembly ...
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Supervisors: Prof. Andres Alver, Prof. emer. Veljo Kaasik and architect Indrek Rünkla Fall term of Year 4 The main topic in Year 4 is the most extensive one among the sections related to residence, requiring a comprehensive understanding of the respective spatial development, the underlying reasons, contemporary opportunities and also visions and ideals related to the future. The task ...
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Supervisors: Siiri Vallner and Indrek Peil Spring term of Year 3 The briquette factory in Tootsi In the Nordic climate, heat has a special meaning: starting from body temperature, log fire, traditional fireplaces and smoke saunas up to smithies, hypocausts, open chimneys and heating stoves. The modern industry developed the experience of a fireplace to a totality only to leave it extinct and ...
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Supervised by Peeter Pere Spring term of Year 2 The second-year students’ spring term studio project focussed on the small town Rummu, or rather the surroundings of the former limestone quarry, the present lake, former prison and limestone screenings hill. Owing to its clear water and intriguing underwater tracts, the reservoir in the south of the town has become a favourite of local divers. ...
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Supervised by the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture prof. Toomas Tammis and architect Paco Ulman Autumn term of Year 1 The aim of the course is to develop manual and visual thinking skills. To see and represent elements of the world as they occur to us and also create and convey ideas and images still unseen and unknown to others. As a result of the course, the students will have a vast set ...
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Supervisors: architects Tarmo Teedumäe and Margus Maiste Landscape architecture supervisor: Katrin Koov Fall term of Year 3 The area of the joint building of the ministries in Tallinn city centre: contemporary multifunctional offices for about 1000 people, recreational facilities, café-restaurant, library, commercial premises, parking, squares, parks. The general topic was the project of a ...
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The studio originally focused on urban design tasks has over the years included architectural, conceptual, landscape as well as planning projects. As the MA thesis topic is eventually selected by the student, the supervisors primarily have a supporting role. Relying on their experience, the supervisors can advise on how a topic becomes a task, how the research and project mutually direct one ...
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The first group of students taking the Master’s studio by Martin Melioranski and Renee Puusepp began in autumn 2013. There was a specific need for the given studio as many MA students selected a research topic focussing on digital means for creating a space and thus respective supervision was required. Altogether 12 students have attended the course in the first three years with their theses ...
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The studio led by Markus Kaasik and Andres Ojari is focused on the typology of a public building and the conceptualization of a public space. The more detailed thesis topic is selected by the student. Starting with the questions why, where and how, students will eventually reach the more specific issues related to space and design. The topics generally aim to conceptualise various ...