Tallinn Bus Terminal - vote for best project until 15.10.2020
Starting from September 2020, there is a good chance to see the exhibition of future visions for Tallinn Central Bus Terminal inside the current station.
„T4 – Tallinn Timber Tower Terminal“ spring semester 2020 investigated the potential of sustainable architectural design using modular building methods.
The projects seek to answer the following questions:
How can a building with minimum carbon footprint host an urban node of transportation, pedestrian movement and flexible interior spaces? How to use spatial modulation to bring back human scale to large structures and provide intimate space? How to use transparency, literal and phenomenal, to guide people through a complex building program? What is the difference between public, semi-public and private gathering places, circulation of varying speeds and intensities and the effect of energy and the environment on those spaces?
The studio outcomes will be part of the study for the Tallinn Central Bus Station competition.
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Architecture, 3rd year students.
Building Parts vertical studio: tutors Siim Tuksam and Sille Pihlak (PART architects), engineering consultant Adam Orlinski (Bollinger+Grohmann).