The Houses That We Need
11.06. – 21.11.2021
The Museum of Estonian Architecture celebrates its 30th anniversary with an unprecedented group exhibition whose theme is nothing short of all of humankind and its future. The exhibition talks about global dangers that are becoming ever more real – some of them self-inflicted like potential climate catastrophe or technological singularity, and others beyond our control such as any threat from deep space. We handed the participating architects a creative brief to design a work that could be conceptually be called a building and which is aimed at securing a more beautiful, secure and peaceful future on planet Earth.
These are the houses that we need.
Participating in the exhibition:
Elina Liiva and Helena Rummo
Johanna Jõekalda and Artur Staškevitš
Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid
Margit Mutso and Inke-Brett Eek
Curator: Jarmo Kauge
Interior designers: Eva Kedelauk and Kristel Niisuke
Graphic designer: Margus Tamm
Supported by the Cultural Endowment