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02.09.2022

2022/23. õppeaasta avaaktus

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Reedel, 2. septembril algusega kell 12:00 toimub aulas (A101) EKA 2022/23. õppeaasta avaaktus. Aktus kestab orienteeruvalt 1,5 tundi.

Postitas Maarja Pabut — Püsilink

2022/23. õppeaasta avaaktus

Reede 02 september, 2022

marekmetslaid__MMP5215

Reedel, 2. septembril algusega kell 12:00 toimub aulas (A101) EKA 2022/23. õppeaasta avaaktus. Aktus kestab orienteeruvalt 1,5 tundi.

Postitas Maarja Pabut — Püsilink

07.09.2022

Roemer van Toorni doktoritöö kaitsmine

Cover PhD Roemer van Toorn Photo

7. septembril 2022. a kaitseb Eesti Kunstiakadeemia arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise eriala ekstern Roemer van Toorn doktoritööd „Making Architecture Politically. From Fresh Conservatism to Aesthetics as a Form of Politics“.

Avalik kaitsmine toimub algusega kell 15.00 Põhja pst 7, ruumis A501.
Ülekannet kaitsmisest on võimalik jälgida tv.artun.ee
.
Kaitsmine toimub inglise keeles.

Eelretsensendid on prof Panu Lehtovuori (Tampere Tehnikaülikool) ja prof Arie Graafland (Delfti Tehnikaülikool).
Oponent on prof Arie Graafland.

Doktoritöö kaitsmiskomisjoni liikmed on dr Jüri Soolep, dr Anu Allas, dr Renee Puusepp, prof Maros Krivy, prof Andres Kurg, prof Klaske Havik, prof Claus Peder Pedersen.

Doktoritööga on võimalik tutvuda Eesti Kunstiakadeemia repositooriumis.

Making Architecture Politically opens with an analysis of the current conjecture of Neoliberalism through the concept of the Society of the And, opposing an understanding of our condition through modes of Eitherorism. It is a voyage, travelling along the many interdependencies of the revolutionary conservatisms of Fresh Conservatism and Progressive Neoliberalism today — parallel to the arrival of a new phase of global modernisation with a special and elaborated focus on the role of contemporary architecture in Dutch society from the 1990s — while its second chapter moves beyond Fresh Conservatism; towards a possible third of emancipation in architecture with its plea for an Aesthetics as a Form of Politics towards a cosmopolitical outlook.

Chapter one, entitled Fresh Conservatism critically addresses how the much-celebrated Superdutch movement in architecture paved the way of an upcoming Neoliberal phase of capitalism. The problem for many was not to make political architecture, on the contrary, its innovative practices — without being too conscious about the political — affirmed what later was called the post-political. With Aesthetics as a Form of Politics of chapter two, exemplary alternative horizons of possibility are being discerned; ones that make architecture politically through their aesthetic regime. It has everything to do with how freedom can be created with constraints, how one can dance with enmeshment, can move beyond limiting adversary, and dare to create lives of sustained optimal wellbeing and joy through the redistribution of the sensible. By grappling with making architecture politically, finding it wanting through critical analysis, observing the exemplary and often a-political role contemporary Dutch architecture played in the 90s and onward, it turns out the problem is not to make political architecture — all architecture is political — but how to make architecture politically.

Making architecture politically is about the creation of running room; a sense of polity — an aesthetic regime redistributing the sensible — that allows for a multiplication of connections and disconnections that reframe the relations between people, the world they live in, and the way they are supposed to act and behave. Such a field of possibility concerns a multiplicity of folds and gaps in the fabric of the common experience of the human and non-human that change the cartography of the perceptible, the imaginative and the feasible. As such, it allows for new modes of political construction of common objects and emancipatory possibilities of collective and private enunciation. Instead of slipping into paternalism or control, the idea of such a radical openness is characterized by indeterminacy, nuance, incommensurability, dissensus and the multitude of encounters it could generate. It is about a becoming that breaks open the conventional way space is experienced, thought and distributed, one that displaces the binary dialectics of colonizer and colonized, the one against the other by introducing a third (And) that belongs to both the one and the other while opening alternative horizons.

 

Postitas Irene Hütsi — Püsilink

Roemer van Toorni doktoritöö kaitsmine

Kolmapäev 07 september, 2022

Cover PhD Roemer van Toorn Photo

7. septembril 2022. a kaitseb Eesti Kunstiakadeemia arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise eriala ekstern Roemer van Toorn doktoritööd „Making Architecture Politically. From Fresh Conservatism to Aesthetics as a Form of Politics“.

Avalik kaitsmine toimub algusega kell 15.00 Põhja pst 7, ruumis A501.
Ülekannet kaitsmisest on võimalik jälgida tv.artun.ee
.
Kaitsmine toimub inglise keeles.

Eelretsensendid on prof Panu Lehtovuori (Tampere Tehnikaülikool) ja prof Arie Graafland (Delfti Tehnikaülikool).
Oponent on prof Arie Graafland.

Doktoritöö kaitsmiskomisjoni liikmed on dr Jüri Soolep, dr Anu Allas, dr Renee Puusepp, prof Maros Krivy, prof Andres Kurg, prof Klaske Havik, prof Claus Peder Pedersen.

Doktoritööga on võimalik tutvuda Eesti Kunstiakadeemia repositooriumis.

Making Architecture Politically opens with an analysis of the current conjecture of Neoliberalism through the concept of the Society of the And, opposing an understanding of our condition through modes of Eitherorism. It is a voyage, travelling along the many interdependencies of the revolutionary conservatisms of Fresh Conservatism and Progressive Neoliberalism today — parallel to the arrival of a new phase of global modernisation with a special and elaborated focus on the role of contemporary architecture in Dutch society from the 1990s — while its second chapter moves beyond Fresh Conservatism; towards a possible third of emancipation in architecture with its plea for an Aesthetics as a Form of Politics towards a cosmopolitical outlook.

Chapter one, entitled Fresh Conservatism critically addresses how the much-celebrated Superdutch movement in architecture paved the way of an upcoming Neoliberal phase of capitalism. The problem for many was not to make political architecture, on the contrary, its innovative practices — without being too conscious about the political — affirmed what later was called the post-political. With Aesthetics as a Form of Politics of chapter two, exemplary alternative horizons of possibility are being discerned; ones that make architecture politically through their aesthetic regime. It has everything to do with how freedom can be created with constraints, how one can dance with enmeshment, can move beyond limiting adversary, and dare to create lives of sustained optimal wellbeing and joy through the redistribution of the sensible. By grappling with making architecture politically, finding it wanting through critical analysis, observing the exemplary and often a-political role contemporary Dutch architecture played in the 90s and onward, it turns out the problem is not to make political architecture — all architecture is political — but how to make architecture politically.

Making architecture politically is about the creation of running room; a sense of polity — an aesthetic regime redistributing the sensible — that allows for a multiplication of connections and disconnections that reframe the relations between people, the world they live in, and the way they are supposed to act and behave. Such a field of possibility concerns a multiplicity of folds and gaps in the fabric of the common experience of the human and non-human that change the cartography of the perceptible, the imaginative and the feasible. As such, it allows for new modes of political construction of common objects and emancipatory possibilities of collective and private enunciation. Instead of slipping into paternalism or control, the idea of such a radical openness is characterized by indeterminacy, nuance, incommensurability, dissensus and the multitude of encounters it could generate. It is about a becoming that breaks open the conventional way space is experienced, thought and distributed, one that displaces the binary dialectics of colonizer and colonized, the one against the other by introducing a third (And) that belongs to both the one and the other while opening alternative horizons.

 

Postitas Irene Hütsi — Püsilink

21.06.2022 — 22.06.2022

EKA LÕPUPIDU 2022

EKA lõpupidu 2022

Lõpupidu toimub sel aastal 21. juunil, algusega 19:00 EKA galeriis.

Peale lõpetajate on peole oodatud kõik EKA tudengid, vilistlased ning töötajad. Peole paneb stardipaugu DRAG SHOW. Seejärel astub lavale Arg Part. Tegu on 7-liikmelise muusikalise grupeeringuga, kelle eesmärk on oma muusikaga rahva puusad korralikult võnkuma panna.

Õhtu jätkub DJ’dega, kes keerutavad plaati peo lõpuni. Avatud on EKA X SVETA BAAR, kus Sveta enda baarmenid nii alkohoolseid kui ka virgin kokteile serveerivad. Lisaks kõigele muule on taaskord galerii kõrval avatud fotoboks. 

EKA Lõpupidu korraldab Eesti Kunstiakadeemia Üliõpilasesindus.

AJAKAVA: 

19:00 – peo algus

19:30-21:00 – Drag Show

21:00-23:00 – Arg Part

23:00-00:00 – DJ Silikaat

00:00-03:00 — DJ YALLAH b2b DJ HOLY MOUNTAIN

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Postitas Andres Lõo — Püsilink

EKA LÕPUPIDU 2022

Teisipäev 21 juuni, 2022 — Kolmapäev 22 juuni, 2022

EKA lõpupidu 2022

Lõpupidu toimub sel aastal 21. juunil, algusega 19:00 EKA galeriis.

Peale lõpetajate on peole oodatud kõik EKA tudengid, vilistlased ning töötajad. Peole paneb stardipaugu DRAG SHOW. Seejärel astub lavale Arg Part. Tegu on 7-liikmelise muusikalise grupeeringuga, kelle eesmärk on oma muusikaga rahva puusad korralikult võnkuma panna.

Õhtu jätkub DJ’dega, kes keerutavad plaati peo lõpuni. Avatud on EKA X SVETA BAAR, kus Sveta enda baarmenid nii alkohoolseid kui ka virgin kokteile serveerivad. Lisaks kõigele muule on taaskord galerii kõrval avatud fotoboks. 

EKA Lõpupidu korraldab Eesti Kunstiakadeemia Üliõpilasesindus.

AJAKAVA: 

19:00 – peo algus

19:30-21:00 – Drag Show

21:00-23:00 – Arg Part

23:00-00:00 – DJ Silikaat

00:00-03:00 — DJ YALLAH b2b DJ HOLY MOUNTAIN

Pidu Facebookis

Postitas Andres Lõo — Püsilink

11.06.2022

ERKI Moeshow 2022

ERKI Moeshow 2022

Eesti Kunstiakadeemia tudengite poolt korraldatav ERKI Moeshow tähistab sel aastal 40. sünniaastat! Tule ja saa sinagi osa Eesti moemaastiku iga-aastasest kõige silmapaistvamast suursündmusest!

 

Show toimub 11. juunil kell 18 ja pöördub tänavu tagasi oma loomejuurte juurde ehk Eesti Kunstiakadeemiasse. Esitlusele tulevad 15 kollektsiooni nii Eestist kui välismaalt.

 

Piletid saadaval Piletilevis

 

Esimestele kiirematele on pilet kuni 22. maini 17€.

Kuni 9. juunini on piletihind 22€.
Päev enne üritust ja toimumispäeval on pilet 27€. Lisaks on võimalik osta väga hinnatud toetajapilet hinnaga 65€.

 

Sündmus Facebookis

 

Kohtumiseni ERKI Moeshowl!

Postitas Andres Lõo — Püsilink

ERKI Moeshow 2022

Laupäev 11 juuni, 2022

ERKI Moeshow 2022

Eesti Kunstiakadeemia tudengite poolt korraldatav ERKI Moeshow tähistab sel aastal 40. sünniaastat! Tule ja saa sinagi osa Eesti moemaastiku iga-aastasest kõige silmapaistvamast suursündmusest!

 

Show toimub 11. juunil kell 18 ja pöördub tänavu tagasi oma loomejuurte juurde ehk Eesti Kunstiakadeemiasse. Esitlusele tulevad 15 kollektsiooni nii Eestist kui välismaalt.

 

Piletid saadaval Piletilevis

 

Esimestele kiirematele on pilet kuni 22. maini 17€.

Kuni 9. juunini on piletihind 22€.
Päev enne üritust ja toimumispäeval on pilet 27€. Lisaks on võimalik osta väga hinnatud toetajapilet hinnaga 65€.

 

Sündmus Facebookis

 

Kohtumiseni ERKI Moeshowl!

Postitas Andres Lõo — Püsilink

02.06.2022 — 03.06.2022

Arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise magistritööde kaitsmised 2022

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Tänavused arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise magistritööde kaitsmised toimuvad 2. ja 3. juunil Eesti Kunstiakadeemias ruumis A501.

Tänavu kaitseb oma lõputööd erakordselt palju noori arhitekte – 23!

Kuulata-vaadata saab kohapeal ja ka  zoomi vahendusel

 

AJAKAVA

  1. juuni

9.00-9.40 MARI POOM  “Elada linna taga. Alternatiivid valglinnastumisele ja võrgustikupõhine avalik ruum”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

9.40-10.20 MARKUS MAASING “Valglinnastunud mitte-kohast kompaktse kohani”. Juhendajad Andres Alver, Douglas Gordon, Eik Hermann

10.20-11.00 MIA MARTINA PEIL “Vesse – tööstusalast sidusaks linnaruumiks”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

11.00 – 11.15 kohvipaus

11.15-11.55 MARIE ANETTE VEESAAR “Koolilähedane liikuvusruum Tallinnas Südalinna kooli näitel”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

11.55-12.35 LAURA PINT “Elu Keldrimäel. Kasutamata ruumi võimalused”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

12.35-13.15 PATRICK BARBO “Romantika maitsestamine”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

13.15 – 14.15 lõuna

14.15-14.55 JOANNA LÄTTEMÄGI “Valuoja kogukonnakeskus. Viljandi Lossimägede ja Ugala teatri vahelise ala aktiviseerimine olevate hoonete taaskasutuse kaudu”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

14.55-15.35 KARIN LAOS “Elamise ruum. Ettepanek”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

15.35-16.15 LAURA ROHTLAAN “KURU ruum: elamu moodullahendus”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

16.15 – 16.30 kohvipaus

16.30-17.10 GREGOR JÜRNA “Paik. Sihitud skaleeritavad muutused I-464 tüüpi suurpaneelelamu programmis”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

17.10-17.50 MARKUS VARKI “Arhitektuurne sisend digiteisiku edasiseks arenguks. Spetsifikatsioon”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann 

18.00 – ca 19.30 diskussioon ja esialgne hindamine

 

  1. juuni 

9.00-9.40 ENELI KLEEMANN “Kodu kontoris Kogukonna juhitud elamumajandus Maakri kvartali näitel”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

9.40-10.20 LIISA ØSTREM “Neljas koht – sallivust toitev ruum”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

10.20-11.00 JORNAS- TOOMAS IISAK “Pärnu Kalamehe Loometehas. Pärnu õlletehase taasmõtestamine”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

11.00 – 11.15 kohvipaus

11.15-11.55 JOHAN KIRSIMÄE “Kuidas (taas)aproprieerida formaalset ruumi. Kriitilised suunised Soodevahe Pilpaküla näitel”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

11.55-12.35 PAMELA KRISTIN KAJAKAS “Hääbumise variatsioonid keskuse ABC-5 näitel”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

12.35-13.15 RUUBEN-JAAN REKKOR “Toe loomine maastike, hoonete ja kogukondade tugevdamiseks – tegutsemine Pärnu jõe keskjooksul”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

13.15 – 14.15 lõuna

14.15-14.55 SASKIA EPP LÕHMUS “Kohanev kohandamine. Madara kasvukoha aeglane planeerimine”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

14.55-15.35 ANNA SMETANINA “Kollektiivsuse sekkumine. Korterelamurajoonide kollektiivse tegutsemise loomine kasutades hoonete vahelisi ruume”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

15.35-16.15 RA MARTIN PUHKAN “Sotsiaalselt jätkusuutlik Pelguranna”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

16.15 – 16.30 kohvipaus

16.30-17.10 TRISTAN KREVALD “Paljassaare triiv”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

17.10-17.50 LILL VOLMER “Lävi-ruum. Kollektiivse tegevuse ruumid Sillamäel”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

17.50-18.30 MERILIN KAUP “Praktilised utoopiad”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

18.40 – ca 20.00 diskussioon ja hindamine

ca 20.00 – 22.00 hinnete teatavaks tegemine, komisjoni kommentaarid ja tagasiside

 

 

Postitas Tiina Tammet — Püsilink

Arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise magistritööde kaitsmised 2022

Neljapäev 02 juuni, 2022 — Reede 03 juuni, 2022

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Tänavused arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise magistritööde kaitsmised toimuvad 2. ja 3. juunil Eesti Kunstiakadeemias ruumis A501.

Tänavu kaitseb oma lõputööd erakordselt palju noori arhitekte – 23!

Kuulata-vaadata saab kohapeal ja ka  zoomi vahendusel

 

AJAKAVA

  1. juuni

9.00-9.40 MARI POOM  “Elada linna taga. Alternatiivid valglinnastumisele ja võrgustikupõhine avalik ruum”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

9.40-10.20 MARKUS MAASING “Valglinnastunud mitte-kohast kompaktse kohani”. Juhendajad Andres Alver, Douglas Gordon, Eik Hermann

10.20-11.00 MIA MARTINA PEIL “Vesse – tööstusalast sidusaks linnaruumiks”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

11.00 – 11.15 kohvipaus

11.15-11.55 MARIE ANETTE VEESAAR “Koolilähedane liikuvusruum Tallinnas Südalinna kooli näitel”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

11.55-12.35 LAURA PINT “Elu Keldrimäel. Kasutamata ruumi võimalused”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

12.35-13.15 PATRICK BARBO “Romantika maitsestamine”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

13.15 – 14.15 lõuna

14.15-14.55 JOANNA LÄTTEMÄGI “Valuoja kogukonnakeskus. Viljandi Lossimägede ja Ugala teatri vahelise ala aktiviseerimine olevate hoonete taaskasutuse kaudu”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

14.55-15.35 KARIN LAOS “Elamise ruum. Ettepanek”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

15.35-16.15 LAURA ROHTLAAN “KURU ruum: elamu moodullahendus”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

16.15 – 16.30 kohvipaus

16.30-17.10 GREGOR JÜRNA “Paik. Sihitud skaleeritavad muutused I-464 tüüpi suurpaneelelamu programmis”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

17.10-17.50 MARKUS VARKI “Arhitektuurne sisend digiteisiku edasiseks arenguks. Spetsifikatsioon”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann 

18.00 – ca 19.30 diskussioon ja esialgne hindamine

 

  1. juuni 

9.00-9.40 ENELI KLEEMANN “Kodu kontoris Kogukonna juhitud elamumajandus Maakri kvartali näitel”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

9.40-10.20 LIISA ØSTREM “Neljas koht – sallivust toitev ruum”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

10.20-11.00 JORNAS- TOOMAS IISAK “Pärnu Kalamehe Loometehas. Pärnu õlletehase taasmõtestamine”. Juhendajad Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe, Eik Hermann

11.00 – 11.15 kohvipaus

11.15-11.55 JOHAN KIRSIMÄE “Kuidas (taas)aproprieerida formaalset ruumi. Kriitilised suunised Soodevahe Pilpaküla näitel”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

11.55-12.35 PAMELA KRISTIN KAJAKAS “Hääbumise variatsioonid keskuse ABC-5 näitel”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

12.35-13.15 RUUBEN-JAAN REKKOR “Toe loomine maastike, hoonete ja kogukondade tugevdamiseks – tegutsemine Pärnu jõe keskjooksul”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

13.15 – 14.15 lõuna

14.15-14.55 SASKIA EPP LÕHMUS “Kohanev kohandamine. Madara kasvukoha aeglane planeerimine”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

14.55-15.35 ANNA SMETANINA “Kollektiivsuse sekkumine. Korterelamurajoonide kollektiivse tegutsemise loomine kasutades hoonete vahelisi ruume”. Juhendajad Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, Eik Hermann

15.35-16.15 RA MARTIN PUHKAN “Sotsiaalselt jätkusuutlik Pelguranna”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

16.15 – 16.30 kohvipaus

16.30-17.10 TRISTAN KREVALD “Paljassaare triiv”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

17.10-17.50 LILL VOLMER “Lävi-ruum. Kollektiivse tegevuse ruumid Sillamäel”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo, Eik Hermann

17.50-18.30 MERILIN KAUP “Praktilised utoopiad”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi, Eik Hermann

18.40 – ca 20.00 diskussioon ja hindamine

ca 20.00 – 22.00 hinnete teatavaks tegemine, komisjoni kommentaarid ja tagasiside

 

 

Postitas Tiina Tammet — Püsilink

30.05.2022

Urban Studies Master’s Thesis Presentation and Defence

122

10:00-10:10 Introductions

 

10:10-11:10 (EEST)

Luisa Fernanda Ayala Torres

Precariousness in the Transformation of Labour: Through Working Class Identity in the city of Turin

 

Between the 1960s and 1980s, nine million Italians migrated from the agricultural regions of Italy to the productive areas of Turin, shaping the periphery of the city from a rural to an industrial area. The Post-War economic boom provided jobs in the northern plants, giving life to a workers’ hegemony and demographic, social, and cultural transformation. This socioeconomic transformation that affected the organisation of workers, labour, political activity, and society in general, was manifested in two cases. The Palace of Labour, an avant-garde building intended to celebrate the struggles of the working class with an exhibition focused on “man and his progress”, and the case of Mirafiori Sud, a working class neighbourhood symbolising the association of workers. In this way, this thesis explores the identity of the working class in the contemporary city of Turin, where security in neoliberal times no longer needs the scope of the protective techniques of the liberal social State, and as a consequence precarization is now the norm. This is reflected in the transformation of labour manifesting itsel through productive connection with others, where labour is not purely characterised by the increasing capitalization of social life but is effectively reflected with others, producing new social relations.

 

Examined by Alberto Vanolo (University of Turin) and Aro Velmet (University of Southern California)

 

11.15-12:15 (EEST)

Mira Samonig

the matter of right-wing populism in Polish LGBT-free zones; towards a with-standing xenourbanism?

 

Almost a third of Poland had been declared an ‘LGBT-free zone’ in 2020, stigmatizing the LGBTIQP+ community as a threat to Polish identity; this labeling remains a reality for many Polish towns. In this thesis, I am turning towards the concept of the ‘LGBT-free zones’ as a case to investigate the material reality of right-wing populism. I seek to develop a third position to a historical or new materialist understanding in order to investigate such material reality. By that, the ways values find physical expression and thus possibly mobilize oppressive attitudes into ever new futures ahead are traced. It becomes quite evident that the way structures of oppression are advanced and maintained within the public realm exists quite dominantly in everyday narratives. In a bottom-up manner, right-wing populism is advanced on the street; yet, it is by far not perceived by everyone. This marks the entry point for sketching out a possible approach to how the discipline of urbanism could position itself in social struggles. Drawing on Helen Hester’s Xenofeminism, the thesis introduces the concept of xenourbanism describing urbanism based on the conceptual notion of solidarity without sameness. I argue that the notion of xeno- as a prefix attached to urbanism focuses on an inherent transformational potential within the current, rendering a perceived unarming reality into a weapon of contestation and by that suggesting trajectories away from paralyzing no-alternative narratives.

 

Examined by Piotr Plucienniczak (Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts) and Helen Runting (Secretary)

 

12:25-13:35 (EEST)

Zahaan Khan

Tourism-Led Gentrification: The Case of Dal Lake in Kashmir

The dissertation explores tourism-led gentrification, its causes and the impact on the communities living in and around the ecologically-sensitive region of Dal Lake in Kashmir. The dissertation employs methodological triangulation using interviews, survey and policy document analysis, as methods. The policy document in question is the Srinagar Master Plan 2035 issued by the Srinagar Development Authority. Analysing the correlation between tourism and gentrification in a conflict-torn region and using displacement as a conceptual lens, the thesis maps the socio-cultural and economic aspects of touristification especially in relation to the everyday lives of the communities. The dissertation employs a two-pronged analytical approach by using two categories – land milieu and water milieu – to foreground the patterns and impact of gentrification in and around the lake. The analysis of the land milieu concerns itself with a detailed exploration into Boulevard, the long promenade along the lake’s periphery. It further discusses holiday rentals and issues of mobility and maps the city’s land-use patterns particularly in relation to expansion along the lake’s periphery. The study of the water milieu, on the other hand, is an exploration into the historical houseboats of Kashmir and the local hanji (or haenz) community; foregrounding the issues concerning policies of renovation and relocation of

houseboats. The dissertation also delves into the government’s land use and tourism-driven development plans around the lake, especially post abrogation of

Article 370 of the Indian constitution that gave ‘special status’ to the region.

 

Examined by Dr Mathew Varghese (Mahatma Gandhi University) and Karlis Ratnieks (EKA)

 

13:35-14:25 Lunch

 

14:25-15:25 (EEST)

Egemen Mercanlioglu

THE WORK OF A RIFT: Kanal İstanbul and Turkey’s Authoritarian Neoliberalism

 

Turkey under the leadership of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi was touted as a paragon of neoliberalism and a burgeoning democracy until the late-2000s. Two decades later, the positive portrayals of the country have decidedly shifted. Turkey is now considered to have retreated from neoliberalism; an emblematic case of authoritarian turn. However, this thesis rethinks authoritarian governance as the kernel of the Erdoğan-led AKP’s brand of neoliberalism. It does so by focusing on a to-be-built urban megaproject, Kanal İstanbul—a 45-kilometer long man-made waterway, aiming to locate İstanbul as a signature node in the global web of flooding money and commodities. Using the megaproject as a lens, the thesis shows how neoliberal reforms in the early-2000s have propelled İstanbul and the construction sector as financial growth generating engines of the country. Subsequently, these

reforms have buttressed contemporary coercive governance structure and a megaproject spree in the city. Finally, the thesis briefly explores a recent but growing counter-hegemonic contestation against Erdoğan and his Kanal İstanbul, posed by the mayor of İstanbul. The thesis does not give a final verdict but explores whether or not this challenge proposes an alternative to authoritarian neoliberalism.

 

Examined by Dr Cemal Burak Tansel (Newcastle University) and Mattias Malk (EKA)

 

15:30-16:30 (EEST)

Deniz Taskin

Architecture as a Practice of Care: Case Studies of Women’s Care-Based Architecture Practices

 

Care as a concept is becoming more crucial in architecture and urban practice as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic’s unpredictable spatial, social, and political circumstances. The attitude of urbanized capitalism towards contemporary urban problems and its refusal to acknowledge the urgency of the climate crisis result in uncaring urban practices. The important position of architecture as a measure for assessing our place in the ecosystem and the role of architects and related disciplines in determining with whom we live together requires them to reconsider the values and priorities that drive their practice. This thesis unpacks care as a concept and ethical practice through a feminist lens by focusing on the notion of “configuration of care,” which refers to how architects express their ethical and political objectives by arranging human and nonhuman materials to achieve caring relationships in urban spaces. (Suchman 2012). It does so by focusing on the practices of women from the field of architecture and related disciplines whose contemporary practice foregrounds care and employs feminist care ethics: Careful Mapping by Spolka, Performing Architherapy by Erika Henriksson, Mutfak (Kitchen) by Merve Bedir, The Blind Alley by Elin Strand Ruin. The thesis explores certain commonalities and recurring patterns of thought in how the practitioners’ encounter and apply feminist care ethics. Finally, it discusses the potential and limits of incorporating feminist care ethics into architecture practice, as well as the potential for architectural practice to become care practice.

 

Examined by Agata Marzecova (EKA) and Henriette Steiner (University of Copenhagen)

Postitas Kaija-Luisa Kurik — Püsilink

Urban Studies Master’s Thesis Presentation and Defence

Esmaspäev 30 mai, 2022

122

10:00-10:10 Introductions

 

10:10-11:10 (EEST)

Luisa Fernanda Ayala Torres

Precariousness in the Transformation of Labour: Through Working Class Identity in the city of Turin

 

Between the 1960s and 1980s, nine million Italians migrated from the agricultural regions of Italy to the productive areas of Turin, shaping the periphery of the city from a rural to an industrial area. The Post-War economic boom provided jobs in the northern plants, giving life to a workers’ hegemony and demographic, social, and cultural transformation. This socioeconomic transformation that affected the organisation of workers, labour, political activity, and society in general, was manifested in two cases. The Palace of Labour, an avant-garde building intended to celebrate the struggles of the working class with an exhibition focused on “man and his progress”, and the case of Mirafiori Sud, a working class neighbourhood symbolising the association of workers. In this way, this thesis explores the identity of the working class in the contemporary city of Turin, where security in neoliberal times no longer needs the scope of the protective techniques of the liberal social State, and as a consequence precarization is now the norm. This is reflected in the transformation of labour manifesting itsel through productive connection with others, where labour is not purely characterised by the increasing capitalization of social life but is effectively reflected with others, producing new social relations.

 

Examined by Alberto Vanolo (University of Turin) and Aro Velmet (University of Southern California)

 

11.15-12:15 (EEST)

Mira Samonig

the matter of right-wing populism in Polish LGBT-free zones; towards a with-standing xenourbanism?

 

Almost a third of Poland had been declared an ‘LGBT-free zone’ in 2020, stigmatizing the LGBTIQP+ community as a threat to Polish identity; this labeling remains a reality for many Polish towns. In this thesis, I am turning towards the concept of the ‘LGBT-free zones’ as a case to investigate the material reality of right-wing populism. I seek to develop a third position to a historical or new materialist understanding in order to investigate such material reality. By that, the ways values find physical expression and thus possibly mobilize oppressive attitudes into ever new futures ahead are traced. It becomes quite evident that the way structures of oppression are advanced and maintained within the public realm exists quite dominantly in everyday narratives. In a bottom-up manner, right-wing populism is advanced on the street; yet, it is by far not perceived by everyone. This marks the entry point for sketching out a possible approach to how the discipline of urbanism could position itself in social struggles. Drawing on Helen Hester’s Xenofeminism, the thesis introduces the concept of xenourbanism describing urbanism based on the conceptual notion of solidarity without sameness. I argue that the notion of xeno- as a prefix attached to urbanism focuses on an inherent transformational potential within the current, rendering a perceived unarming reality into a weapon of contestation and by that suggesting trajectories away from paralyzing no-alternative narratives.

 

Examined by Piotr Plucienniczak (Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts) and Helen Runting (Secretary)

 

12:25-13:35 (EEST)

Zahaan Khan

Tourism-Led Gentrification: The Case of Dal Lake in Kashmir

The dissertation explores tourism-led gentrification, its causes and the impact on the communities living in and around the ecologically-sensitive region of Dal Lake in Kashmir. The dissertation employs methodological triangulation using interviews, survey and policy document analysis, as methods. The policy document in question is the Srinagar Master Plan 2035 issued by the Srinagar Development Authority. Analysing the correlation between tourism and gentrification in a conflict-torn region and using displacement as a conceptual lens, the thesis maps the socio-cultural and economic aspects of touristification especially in relation to the everyday lives of the communities. The dissertation employs a two-pronged analytical approach by using two categories – land milieu and water milieu – to foreground the patterns and impact of gentrification in and around the lake. The analysis of the land milieu concerns itself with a detailed exploration into Boulevard, the long promenade along the lake’s periphery. It further discusses holiday rentals and issues of mobility and maps the city’s land-use patterns particularly in relation to expansion along the lake’s periphery. The study of the water milieu, on the other hand, is an exploration into the historical houseboats of Kashmir and the local hanji (or haenz) community; foregrounding the issues concerning policies of renovation and relocation of

houseboats. The dissertation also delves into the government’s land use and tourism-driven development plans around the lake, especially post abrogation of

Article 370 of the Indian constitution that gave ‘special status’ to the region.

 

Examined by Dr Mathew Varghese (Mahatma Gandhi University) and Karlis Ratnieks (EKA)

 

13:35-14:25 Lunch

 

14:25-15:25 (EEST)

Egemen Mercanlioglu

THE WORK OF A RIFT: Kanal İstanbul and Turkey’s Authoritarian Neoliberalism

 

Turkey under the leadership of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi was touted as a paragon of neoliberalism and a burgeoning democracy until the late-2000s. Two decades later, the positive portrayals of the country have decidedly shifted. Turkey is now considered to have retreated from neoliberalism; an emblematic case of authoritarian turn. However, this thesis rethinks authoritarian governance as the kernel of the Erdoğan-led AKP’s brand of neoliberalism. It does so by focusing on a to-be-built urban megaproject, Kanal İstanbul—a 45-kilometer long man-made waterway, aiming to locate İstanbul as a signature node in the global web of flooding money and commodities. Using the megaproject as a lens, the thesis shows how neoliberal reforms in the early-2000s have propelled İstanbul and the construction sector as financial growth generating engines of the country. Subsequently, these

reforms have buttressed contemporary coercive governance structure and a megaproject spree in the city. Finally, the thesis briefly explores a recent but growing counter-hegemonic contestation against Erdoğan and his Kanal İstanbul, posed by the mayor of İstanbul. The thesis does not give a final verdict but explores whether or not this challenge proposes an alternative to authoritarian neoliberalism.

 

Examined by Dr Cemal Burak Tansel (Newcastle University) and Mattias Malk (EKA)

 

15:30-16:30 (EEST)

Deniz Taskin

Architecture as a Practice of Care: Case Studies of Women’s Care-Based Architecture Practices

 

Care as a concept is becoming more crucial in architecture and urban practice as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic’s unpredictable spatial, social, and political circumstances. The attitude of urbanized capitalism towards contemporary urban problems and its refusal to acknowledge the urgency of the climate crisis result in uncaring urban practices. The important position of architecture as a measure for assessing our place in the ecosystem and the role of architects and related disciplines in determining with whom we live together requires them to reconsider the values and priorities that drive their practice. This thesis unpacks care as a concept and ethical practice through a feminist lens by focusing on the notion of “configuration of care,” which refers to how architects express their ethical and political objectives by arranging human and nonhuman materials to achieve caring relationships in urban spaces. (Suchman 2012). It does so by focusing on the practices of women from the field of architecture and related disciplines whose contemporary practice foregrounds care and employs feminist care ethics: Careful Mapping by Spolka, Performing Architherapy by Erika Henriksson, Mutfak (Kitchen) by Merve Bedir, The Blind Alley by Elin Strand Ruin. The thesis explores certain commonalities and recurring patterns of thought in how the practitioners’ encounter and apply feminist care ethics. Finally, it discusses the potential and limits of incorporating feminist care ethics into architecture practice, as well as the potential for architectural practice to become care practice.

 

Examined by Agata Marzecova (EKA) and Henriette Steiner (University of Copenhagen)

Postitas Kaija-Luisa Kurik — Püsilink

21.06.2022

EKA lõpuaktused 2022

EKA 2021/22. õppeaasta lõpuaktused toimuvad teisipäeval, 21. juunil EKA aulas ja galeriis (ruum A101, Põhja pst 7).

  • kl 11.00 disainiteaduskond ja kunstikultuuri teaduskond
  • kl 15.00 arhitektuuriteaduskond ja vabade kunstide teaduskond

Lõpetajatele on galeriis reserveeritud istekohad (palume 15 min enne algust kohal olla), õnnitlejad saavad istuda aulas, jälgida aktust fuajees ekraanidelt või EKA TV vahendusel online.

Postitas Maarja Pabut — Püsilink

EKA lõpuaktused 2022

Teisipäev 21 juuni, 2022

EKA 2021/22. õppeaasta lõpuaktused toimuvad teisipäeval, 21. juunil EKA aulas ja galeriis (ruum A101, Põhja pst 7).

  • kl 11.00 disainiteaduskond ja kunstikultuuri teaduskond
  • kl 15.00 arhitektuuriteaduskond ja vabade kunstide teaduskond

Lõpetajatele on galeriis reserveeritud istekohad (palume 15 min enne algust kohal olla), õnnitlejad saavad istuda aulas, jälgida aktust fuajees ekraanidelt või EKA TV vahendusel online.

Postitas Maarja Pabut — Püsilink

24.08.2020

Lõpuaktused 2020

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Vaata selle aasta lõpuaktust siin.

Sel aastal on Kunstiakadeemias märkimisväärne arv lõpetanuid – arvatavasti viimaste aastate rekordilised 266! Disainiteaduskonnas 123, Vabade kunstide teaduskonnas 52, Arhitektuuriteaduskonnas 45, Kunstikultuuri teaduskonnas 44 ja EKA doktoriõppes 2 lõpetajat.
 
Kell 12.00 algab aktus disainiteaduskonna lõpetajatele
ja kell 15.00 doktorikooli ning arhitektuuri-, kunstikultuuri ja vabade kunstide teaduskondade lõpetajatele.
 
Aktused toimuvad täna EKA aulas (ruum A101, Põhja puiestee 7, Tallinn).

Head lõpetajad,

Teile on reserveeritud istekohad aulas, õnnitlejad saavad aktust jälgida 1. korruse avatud aladele paigutatud ekraanidelt või läbi tv.artun.ee

Postitas Mart Vainre — Püsilink

Lõpuaktused 2020

Esmaspäev 24 august, 2020

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Vaata selle aasta lõpuaktust siin.

Sel aastal on Kunstiakadeemias märkimisväärne arv lõpetanuid – arvatavasti viimaste aastate rekordilised 266! Disainiteaduskonnas 123, Vabade kunstide teaduskonnas 52, Arhitektuuriteaduskonnas 45, Kunstikultuuri teaduskonnas 44 ja EKA doktoriõppes 2 lõpetajat.
 
Kell 12.00 algab aktus disainiteaduskonna lõpetajatele
ja kell 15.00 doktorikooli ning arhitektuuri-, kunstikultuuri ja vabade kunstide teaduskondade lõpetajatele.
 
Aktused toimuvad täna EKA aulas (ruum A101, Põhja puiestee 7, Tallinn).

Head lõpetajad,

Teile on reserveeritud istekohad aulas, õnnitlejad saavad aktust jälgida 1. korruse avatud aladele paigutatud ekraanidelt või läbi tv.artun.ee

Postitas Mart Vainre — Püsilink

04.06.2019 — 05.06.2019

EKA arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise eriala magistritööde kaitsmised 4.-5. juunil

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4. ja 5. juunil kaitsevad 11 arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise eriala tudengit oma lõputöid EKA uue maja suures auditooriumis. Kaitsmised on avalikud ja kõik on teretulnud kuulama! 

AJAKAVA:

4. juuni 2019

10.00-10.50
Timmo Lass – Valga heaolukeskus / Valga wellness centre
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

10.50-11.40
Lauri Läänelaid – Turvaline linnakvartal. Kuidas luua elukeskkonda, mis toetaks turvalist linnaruumi? / Safe city block. How to create living environment that would support safe urban space?
Juhendajad: Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo

11.40-12.30
Jaanika Sau – Nägijaid ja mittenägijaid siduv tajumisruum / Multisensory space for the blind and the sighted
Juhendajad: Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo

12.30 – 13.30 paus

13.30-14.20
Maili Tannenberg – Suvilaruum linnas. Vaheruumide võimalikud lahendused / Summer space in the city. Possible perspectives of intermediate spaces
Juhendajad: Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi

14.20-15.30
Liisa Peri – Ühendades inimest ja looma. Loomade varjupaik ja teraapiakeskus / Connecting humans and animals. Animal shelter and therapy center
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

15.30-16.20
Jaana Kraus – Siirdumismaastik / Transferring landscape
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

———–

5. juuni 2019

10.00-10.50
Annika Valkna – Töö ja elu maal. Üürielupindade lisamine Imavere alevikku / Working and living in the coutryside. Adding rental housing to Imavere
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

10.50-11.40
Diana Taalfeld – Tööstuslinn Sindi / Industrial town Sindi
Juhendajad: Andres Alver, Douglas Gordon

11.40-12.30
Uljana Minakova – Maardu Kroodi piirkonna revitaliseerimine / Revitalising Kroodi area in Maardu
Juhendajad: Andres Alver, Douglas Gordon

12.30 – 13.30 paus

13.30-14.20
Ingrid Kaur – Uuesti merele. Otsides võimalusi positiivse arengu suunamiseks Noarootsi rannikualal / To the sea! Seeking positive development-oriented opportunities for Noarootsi coastal region
Juhendajad: Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi

14.20-15.30
Helmi Marie Langsepp – Ehitamata jätmisest. Mägi, mägiküla ja külalised / On not-building. Mountain, mountain village and visitors
Juhedajad: Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi

Postitas Pille Epner — Püsilink

EKA arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise eriala magistritööde kaitsmised 4.-5. juunil

Teisipäev 04 juuni, 2019 — Kolmapäev 05 juuni, 2019

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4. ja 5. juunil kaitsevad 11 arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise eriala tudengit oma lõputöid EKA uue maja suures auditooriumis. Kaitsmised on avalikud ja kõik on teretulnud kuulama! 

AJAKAVA:

4. juuni 2019

10.00-10.50
Timmo Lass – Valga heaolukeskus / Valga wellness centre
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

10.50-11.40
Lauri Läänelaid – Turvaline linnakvartal. Kuidas luua elukeskkonda, mis toetaks turvalist linnaruumi? / Safe city block. How to create living environment that would support safe urban space?
Juhendajad: Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo

11.40-12.30
Jaanika Sau – Nägijaid ja mittenägijaid siduv tajumisruum / Multisensory space for the blind and the sighted
Juhendajad: Martin Melioranski, Raul Kalvo

12.30 – 13.30 paus

13.30-14.20
Maili Tannenberg – Suvilaruum linnas. Vaheruumide võimalikud lahendused / Summer space in the city. Possible perspectives of intermediate spaces
Juhendajad: Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi

14.20-15.30
Liisa Peri – Ühendades inimest ja looma. Loomade varjupaik ja teraapiakeskus / Connecting humans and animals. Animal shelter and therapy center
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

15.30-16.20
Jaana Kraus – Siirdumismaastik / Transferring landscape
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

———–

5. juuni 2019

10.00-10.50
Annika Valkna – Töö ja elu maal. Üürielupindade lisamine Imavere alevikku / Working and living in the coutryside. Adding rental housing to Imavere
Juhendajad: Toomas Tammis, Tarmo Teedumäe

10.50-11.40
Diana Taalfeld – Tööstuslinn Sindi / Industrial town Sindi
Juhendajad: Andres Alver, Douglas Gordon

11.40-12.30
Uljana Minakova – Maardu Kroodi piirkonna revitaliseerimine / Revitalising Kroodi area in Maardu
Juhendajad: Andres Alver, Douglas Gordon

12.30 – 13.30 paus

13.30-14.20
Ingrid Kaur – Uuesti merele. Otsides võimalusi positiivse arengu suunamiseks Noarootsi rannikualal / To the sea! Seeking positive development-oriented opportunities for Noarootsi coastal region
Juhendajad: Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi

14.20-15.30
Helmi Marie Langsepp – Ehitamata jätmisest. Mägi, mägiküla ja külalised / On not-building. Mountain, mountain village and visitors
Juhedajad: Katrin Koov, Kadri Klementi

Postitas Pille Epner — Püsilink

04.06.2018 — 05.06.2018

Arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise osakonna magistritööde kaitsmised!

näod-03

Arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise osakonna magistritööde kaitsmine

4. juunil kl 9.00-18.30
5. juunil kl 9.00-12.30

Koht: Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Pikk 20

2018. aasta suvel tuleb arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise osakonnas kaitsmisele 14 magistritööd. Kaitsmised toimuvad Kanuti Gildi SAALis ning kuulama on teretulnud kõik, kel teemade vastu huvi. Sissepääs on vaba.

4. JUUNIL

9.00
Paulina Pähn, “Otsides intensiivset tihedust. Strateegiate rakendamine Keldrimäe asumi näitel”
Juhendajad Tarmo Teedumäe ja Toomas Tammis

9.50
Joonas Tanne, “Paldiski linnaplaneering. Visioon tulevikust”. Juhendaja Andres Alver

10.40
Jüri Nigulas, “Kiirlinn. Za’atari põgenike laagri retrospektiivne planeering”. Juhendaja Andres Alver

11.30
Liisa Valdmann, “Koriluskoridor. Linna aineringluse ruumiline kujundamine Tallinna näitel”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov ja Aet Ader

12.20
Kersti Nigols, “Põlvkondadeülene linnaruum – elanike aktiivne vananemine Mustamäe näitel” Juhendajad Tarmo Teedumäe ja Toomas Tammis

Lõuna: 13.10 – 14.10

14.10
Johannes Aasmäe, “Jalakäijate linn Tallinna keskuses”. Juhendajad Renee Puusepp ja Martin Melioranski

15.00
Anne Vingisar, “Tartu ja Mitte-Tartu sümbioos, Emajõe luhaala ja modernistliku tankisilla sõlmpunktis”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov ja Aet Ader

15.50
Marianna Zvereva, “Lasnamäe klindi avamine: maastik kui võrgustik”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski ja Renee Puusepp

16.40
Arvi Anderson, “Argine Kesk-Eesti”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski ja Renee Puusepp

17.30
Liis Juuse, “Religioon kui rännak ja otsing. Püha ruumi võimalikud väljendused Pirita-Vastseliina palverännuteel”. Juhendajad Aet Ader ja Katrin Koov

5. JUUNIL

9.00
Kristian Taaksalu, “Thermae Linnahall”. Juhendajad Renee Puusepp ja Martin Melioranski

9.50
Sander Paljak, “Linnasisese matmis- ja mälestamisruumi võimalikkus alternatiivse praktika kaudu”. Juhendad Aet Ader ja Katrin Koov

10.40
Tarmo Kübard, “Tallinna jalgratastumine – jalgrattakultuur ühiskondlike muutuste katalüsaatorina”. Juhendaja Andres Alver

11.30
Veiko Vahtrik, “Taskukohane eluase”. Juhendajad Tarmo Teedumäe ja Toomas Tammis

Postitas Triin Männik — Püsilink

Arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise osakonna magistritööde kaitsmised!

Esmaspäev 04 juuni, 2018 — Teisipäev 05 juuni, 2018

näod-03

Arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise osakonna magistritööde kaitsmine

4. juunil kl 9.00-18.30
5. juunil kl 9.00-12.30

Koht: Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Pikk 20

2018. aasta suvel tuleb arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise osakonnas kaitsmisele 14 magistritööd. Kaitsmised toimuvad Kanuti Gildi SAALis ning kuulama on teretulnud kõik, kel teemade vastu huvi. Sissepääs on vaba.

4. JUUNIL

9.00
Paulina Pähn, “Otsides intensiivset tihedust. Strateegiate rakendamine Keldrimäe asumi näitel”
Juhendajad Tarmo Teedumäe ja Toomas Tammis

9.50
Joonas Tanne, “Paldiski linnaplaneering. Visioon tulevikust”. Juhendaja Andres Alver

10.40
Jüri Nigulas, “Kiirlinn. Za’atari põgenike laagri retrospektiivne planeering”. Juhendaja Andres Alver

11.30
Liisa Valdmann, “Koriluskoridor. Linna aineringluse ruumiline kujundamine Tallinna näitel”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov ja Aet Ader

12.20
Kersti Nigols, “Põlvkondadeülene linnaruum – elanike aktiivne vananemine Mustamäe näitel” Juhendajad Tarmo Teedumäe ja Toomas Tammis

Lõuna: 13.10 – 14.10

14.10
Johannes Aasmäe, “Jalakäijate linn Tallinna keskuses”. Juhendajad Renee Puusepp ja Martin Melioranski

15.00
Anne Vingisar, “Tartu ja Mitte-Tartu sümbioos, Emajõe luhaala ja modernistliku tankisilla sõlmpunktis”. Juhendajad Katrin Koov ja Aet Ader

15.50
Marianna Zvereva, “Lasnamäe klindi avamine: maastik kui võrgustik”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski ja Renee Puusepp

16.40
Arvi Anderson, “Argine Kesk-Eesti”. Juhendajad Martin Melioranski ja Renee Puusepp

17.30
Liis Juuse, “Religioon kui rännak ja otsing. Püha ruumi võimalikud väljendused Pirita-Vastseliina palverännuteel”. Juhendajad Aet Ader ja Katrin Koov

5. JUUNIL

9.00
Kristian Taaksalu, “Thermae Linnahall”. Juhendajad Renee Puusepp ja Martin Melioranski

9.50
Sander Paljak, “Linnasisese matmis- ja mälestamisruumi võimalikkus alternatiivse praktika kaudu”. Juhendad Aet Ader ja Katrin Koov

10.40
Tarmo Kübard, “Tallinna jalgratastumine – jalgrattakultuur ühiskondlike muutuste katalüsaatorina”. Juhendaja Andres Alver

11.30
Veiko Vahtrik, “Taskukohane eluase”. Juhendajad Tarmo Teedumäe ja Toomas Tammis

Postitas Triin Männik — Püsilink