Studies of the Estonian 20th-Century Built Environment

Rapla KEK, architect Toomas Rein, 1977. Historical photograph from private collection
This project contains two main focuses: the study of the 20th-century construction history, construction materials and their preservation on the one hand, and the analysis of the heritage aspects in the planning policies during the 20th century and the formation of conservation areas in the 1960s and 1970s on the other.

Principal investigator: Anneli Randla

Research staff: Maris Mändel, Oliver Orro

Duration: 2015–2020

Financed by the Estonian Academy of Arts

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