Siim Tuksam is an architect and co-founder of the architectural practice PART. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from The University of Applied Arts Vienna and has studied at the Southern California Institute of Architecture and various architectural and design offices. Siim explores the possibilities and effects of computer-controlled technology in architecture. He curated the Estonian pavilion “Free Space” of the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale and the main exhibition “Body Construction” of the 2015 Tallinn Architecture Biennale, and in 2015-2018 he curated a series of open lectures at the EAA Faculty of Architecture with Sille Pihlak.
Associate Professor, Researcher