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Exhibition: Old and new in modern Estonian architecture, Gdańsk

04.02.2015

Starting from 3 February you`ll have chance to visit the showing of an Estonian architecture exhibition “Old and new in modern Estonian architecture” in Gdańsk at the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre.
 
Into this exhibition are converged photographs of the more fascinating and internationally recognized subjects in modern Estonian architecture.  The task for architects was to consolidate old and new in the manner where the old is valued and the new carried the nature of today.
 
Subjects at this exhibition include: Narva College building of the Tartu University (architects Siiri Vallner, Indrek Peil ja Katrin Koov, Kavakava), Fahle House (KOKO Arhitektid), Seaplane Harbour of the Estonian Maritime Museum (KOKO Arhitektid), Synagogue of Tallinn, the new and old Flour Stock house in Rotermann quarter (Hanno Grossschmidt) and the building of the carpenter workshop (KOKO Arhitektid), Kukemõisa farm in Järvamaa (Emil Urbel), Gymnasium of the Pärnu city central schools (Siiri Vallner, Kaire Nõmm, Katrin Koov, Kavakava), Hotel Telegraaf (Martin Aunin), apartment house at Koidula Street in Tallinn (3+1 arhitektid), Passage at the Bank of Estonia (Urban Mark), Department Store De La Gardie (Andres Alver, Tiit Trummal, Tarmo Laht), the building of the State High School of Viljandi (Salto).
Prior to this occasion the exhibition has been on show in London New York, Helsinki and Nantes, France.
It has been compiled under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture of Estonia, Estonian Culture Capital, KOKO Architects, Production Group, Estonian Embassy in London, Estonian Embassy in Helsinki, the Union of Estonian Architects and the Centre of Estonian Architecture
 
The exhibition will stay open until 16 February 2015
Baltic Sea Cultural Centre is located at Korzenna 33/35, 80 - 851 Gdańsk
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