Exit School of Architecture exhibition at the 13th Tallinn Design Festival
The Exit School of Architecture exhibition will be shown at the 13th Tallinn Design Festival on September 10-16, 2018 at the Balti Jaam pavilion (Toompuiestee 37) in Tallinn, Estonia.
The Exit School of Architecture project examines shared local identities and meanings in new Finnish architecture. It looks at the works’ participatory methods to find what aspects of local culture and aesthetics are embedded in the design process and the final product. The exhibition demonstrates shared social and aesthetic values and reasoning behind the present Nordic Noir architecture in Finland.
There are present 14 recently completed projects and 6 diploma works that abandon standardized ways of building to find more meaningful, individual solutions to design problems in contemporary cities and landscapes while retaining shared aesthetic values of solitude, simplicity, and closeness to nature in materials and spatial expression.
More information about all the exhibitions shown at the 13th Tallinn Design Festival here.
Picture: Kamppi Chapel of Silence in Helsinki (2012) by K2S Architects