Great Public Spaces exhibition open in TallinnPublished: 05.10.2016

From October 6-30 this year some 40 of the entries for the Great Public Spaces architectural competition for Elva, Kuremäe, Kuressaare, Põltsamaa, Rakvere, Tallinn and Viljandi will be on display in the Museum of Estonian Architecture in Tallinn.

Pilt: Eesti Arhitektide Liit

The Great Public Spaces programme was launched two years ago to renovate the town centres, main squares and main streets of 16 towns and cities throughout Estonia by 2018-2020 in honour of Estonia’s centenary. The competitions have also been successfully completed in Kärdla, Põlva, Rapla, Valga, Pärnu, Tõrva and Võru, while the competitions for Narva and Jõhvi will be announced soon.

The organisers have hoped that the renovation of Estonian town centres will help bring people together and make the towns more inviting as a place to live. A more people-friendly and pleasant town centre should also help boost local business and foster a sense of community.  

The Great Public Spaces programme is being organised by the Estonian Association of Architects. Read more on the architectural programme here.
 
 
 

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