This is Tartu Emajõe City Beach (Linnaujula). It proved tough to find a spot for a beach towel during the hot days this June and July, with families & kids on the playground well into the late hours. The teardrop-inspired terraces and benches look even more distinct from above. The only time of day with almost no people around – at sunrise. Enjoy some of that early morning fog below 🙂 By KINO Landscape Architects Engineering: Tinter OÜ / Inseneribüroo […]
These stainless steel polka-dots you will meet near all crossings in Tartu Old Town. They make the streets safer for the visually impaired, and for everyone, actually. And they also look great and add a bit of visual diversity. Enjoy the 2-minute showcase reel below too! Infrastructure reconstruction in Tartu Old Town: YIT Eesti ASStainless steel tactile markings: Joonprojekt / Priit PõldmeSignage totems designed by Taikonaut / Veiko Liis
Designed by Salto Architects Construction by Ehitustrust The Barge Society got a whole ensemble of buildings that gave a new breathing to the bank of Emajõgi in Tartu.Lodjakoda / Barge Hall is an ensemble of 3 triangular semi-open facilities. The main building with a hall large enough for shipbuilding hosts seminars, workshops, events and a cafe. It has become popular for kids’ workshops and team events. Take a ride on the historic river barge Jõmmu or a viking ship and […]
A 30-degree-oak-plank media console July 11, 2020 It’s been a while since my last encounter with woodworking. During Art College times I got addicted to bringing those plywood chair designs to life. Fun times. We’ve looked for a good TV console for some time. While we saw some beautiful work from local design shops like Furgner, we couldn’t really find the one. So… while cleaning the basement on one of those stay-at-home pandemic weekends, I looked at the pile of […]
By Dan Dorell, Lina Ghotmeh, Tsuyoshi Tane Digital signage for exposition: Artec Design Just before Covid hit, I was asked by Artec to photograph the digital signage system they had developed and built for the Estonian National Museum. Naturally, I took the chance to also explore some of the exterior angles of this awesome piece of architecture, designed as an extension of the former military airfield in Tartu.