On Thursday, June 9, at 6 pm, we will open an exhibition of works by architecture students of the Estonian Academy of Arts in the Krull Quarter. In the evening, the first introduction of the Timber Architecture Research Center PAKK will take place. The pop-up exhibition “REKrulli: reconstructing spacial culture” is an official side event of the New European Bauhaus Festival and it will remain open until June 12. The REKrulli studio’s objective was to develop flexible architecture from sustainable materials, based on digital design and fabrication. We were looking at possible ways of living together beyond the usual apartment association home ownership model, while developing contemporary building structures that can produce adaptable and efficient solutions for the creation of high quality spaces with a positive environmental impact. REKrulli superstudio supports the ongoing research project “sLender” at EKA PAKK which examines what type of apartment building does Tallinn need today and how to solve a new apartment building using the best knowledge of the Estonian wooden house industry and architects. SCHEDULE OF THE OPENING EVENT: 15:00 Presentations of the five best works of the Estonian Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale * 17:30 Opening of the installation “Steampunk” * Exhibition: 18:00 Introduction of the EKA Wooden Architecture Competence Center PAKK, researchers and guests speak. 18:30 Students of the Faculty of Architecture of EKA will present the visions of apartment buildings and the results of the REKrull superstudio. THE EXHIBITION IS OPEN: Thursday, June 9, 6 p.m. – Opening night Friday, June 10, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 11, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, June 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students: Triinu Amboja, Mariia Babur, Grete Daut, Simon Eiland, Roosmarii Kukk, Helin Kuldkepp, Patrick Liik, Kristina Lillepea, Maria Helena Luiga, Mattias Ots, Mariia Paslova, Yelyzaveta Perel, Yelyzaveta Peresada, Daria Polonska, Anna Pushkarska, Mikael Ristmets, Martin Sepp, Sander Sinnep, Kaari Maria Tirmaste, Cristin Marii Titma, Aneth Traumann, Mariia Ufimtseva, Liispet Viira, Laura Liis Vilbiks, Dalia Viškelyt Tutors: Architectural planning: Siim Tuksam, Sille Pihlak Structural analysis and energy design: Adam Orlinski (Bollinger+Grohmann) Anthropological analysis: Mattias Malk Landscape architecture: Karin Bachmann * The opening of the exhibition will be preceded at 3 pm by the public presentations of the five best works of the Estonian Pavilion for the Venice Architecture Biennale and the opening of the installation “Steampunk” in the Krull Quarter. The event is organized by the Estonian Center of Architecture.
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