|Submission deadline:||28.02.2008 00:00|
|Winners announcement date:||08.04.2008|
Estonian Academy of Arts announced international public, anonymous and one-stage design competition of its new faculty building on 18th of October!
Main organizer of the competition is Estonian Academy of Arts in cooperation with the Union of Estonian Architects.
The purpose of the design competition is to find contemporary solution of outstanding architecture for the Estonian Academy of Arts. The new faculty building will become an active centre for education and arts in Tallinn as well as an buoyant urban node.
The competition area is situated in absolute centre of Estonian capital Tallinn and in the centre of the new business district.
Spatial programme is totally 26738 m2.
Deadline of submissions is 28th of February, 2008.
The international jury will make its decision for 8th of April:
All information about the competitition including online registration for getting competition documents are freely available at the competition website www.artun.ee/maja .
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About Estonian Academy of Arts
The forerunner of the present-day Estonian Academy of Arts was the Tallinn Applied Art School of the Estonian Society of Art, founded in 1914.
Presently, Estonian Academy of Arts (EAA) is the only institution in Estonia offering education at university level in the fields of art and design.
EAA consists of the faculties of
In addition, the Teachers' Training Centre at EAA provides a training programme at MA level. Evening courses and advanced training programmes are available at the Open Academy.
The total number of student enrolment in EAA is over 1000. Estonian Academy of Arts is a member several networks and takes part in the European Union educational programmes Socrates/Erasmus and Leonardo da Vinci. Bilateral agreements for cooperation with many universities in several countries across Europe and America (e.g., Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Ireland, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, and USA) have been signed. For more information please look at: www.artun.ee