Andres Ojari is an architect and dean at the Faculty of Architecture, Estonian Academy of Arts. Following his graduation from EKA, he has worked here as a lecturer for almost 20 years. He has worked as a professor curating the Master’s studio work, he has supervised a studio on public buildings and public spaces in cooperation with Markus Kaasik and also the interdisciplinary workshop “Abandoned Landscapes”.
As one of the co-founders of architecture office 3+1 (http://www.threeplusone.ee/), he has successfully participated in numerous architecture competitions. Their best-known works include the Estonian Embassy in Vilnius, central library in Pärnu, the first stage of Baltika Quarter (with Studio 3) and the permanent exposition of the new building of the Estonian National Museum.