From March 30th to April 3rd, Tallinn Music Week visitors and anybody walking in the Telliskivi Creative Quarter area will have the opportunity to get a great overview of shelters and installations our interior architecture and architecture programme students have built throughout the last 10 years. First year students from the architecture faculty have for a while now finished their last year by designing and then building a shelter or installation from timber as a group course project. Most of these tiny gems are hidden in the forests across Estonia and this photo exhibition, curated by one of the tutors working with students, architect Sille Pihlak, brings them together for the first time ever. Working on the installations and shelters offers students an excellent opportunity to get to know wood as a material both from design and construction point of view.
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