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Academy of Arts Tallinn
New Building Project in Estonia, Eastern Europe design by Mikou Design Studio Architects, France
post updated 23 Mar 2021 ; 22 Dec 2009
Academy of Arts Building Tallinn
Date built: 2009
Mikou Design Studio, Paris
Tallinn New Academy of Arts design by this well known Paris architectural practice.
The academy of Arts of Tallinn is an image of the city and the Baltic Sea – generous and dynamic, while being also interiorised to protect creativity. It is designed like a unit of connected fragments, the blue islands, at the same time isolated from the facade and opened on an inland sea.
The interior space enables all the classes to visually communicate through a space of division designed like a large covered mineral garden. This space shelters transparent and coloured towers which emerge like the beacons of the medieval city.
Tallinn New Academy of Arts – Building Information
Architect: Mikou Design Studio – Salwa Mikou, Selma Mikou, Cecile Jalby, Iskra Pencheva, Mickael Courtay
Client: City of Tallinn
Programme: Faculty of fine Arts; exposition galleries, auditoriums, library, studios, restaurants, archives
Budget: 50.3 M €
Gross external area: 33 558 m2
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Date: competition 2008
New building design for the City of Tallinn images / information from Mikou Design Studio
Mikou Design Studio – Paris architects office
Location: Estonia, Eastern Europe
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