Winning proposal for a speculative residential building competition using ecologically and locally sourced materials with the focus on straw bales.
Residential building, 2022
Ongoing involvement to assist planning, construction and run participatory rammed earth workshops for a new public and community garden spaces of Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia.
Material lab, landscaping, engagement events, planning consultation, 2021
Lead architects for the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art that turned a 20ha brownfield industrial harbor site and 18 000m2 main building venue into exhibition grounds for more than 50 new artworks and a feature documentary film.
Exhibition scenography & landscape design, 2020
A timber scaffolding that conceals a possible interior of an 18th century Baltic-German nobleman's architectural fantasy. Invited participation at the Art Museum of Estonia centenary exhibition titled Artist Takes the Floor.
Exhibition installation, 2019
Exhibition and curatorial project of the Estonian Pavilion at the 16th Venice International Architecture Biennial.
Exhibition scenography & design, 2018
An exploration of the blurred line between a monument’s explicitly political form and the implicit political meaning of seemingly insignificant architectural objects and public spaces.
Research & editorial, 2018
Research and exhibition project focusing on the impact of the early Estonian household magazine The Country Wife, published during 1927-1944, on the modernisation of rural life and spaces.
Self-initiated research, residency, production, exhibition design, 2018
Competition proposal of a public realm transformation in a rural town centre by relocating locally sourced materials and embedding participatory elements into the design.
Public realm design, 2022
Refurbishment of a 1997 private house that takes inspiration from its original era of architecture and reintroduces the geometry, lightness, colours and materials to its newly built interior.
Residential refurbishment, 2021
Winged altarpiece of a possible future habitation by humans and non-humans. We are all matter afterall.
Exhibit, hand & digital drawing, 2021