Sports Hall, Pärnu (2005)
The winning entry in a 2003 architectural competition. Handmade brick is the main cladding material and is clearly site-inspired – the new gym is situated next to the old, Historicist school building. The gym has a gently rounded shape and one glass facade that reflects the adjacent school. In collaboration with Katrin Koov, Kaire Nõmm and Heidi Urb, Kavakava architects.
Row Houses, Tiskre (2005)
Tiskre is one of the best-known densely built suburbs of Tallinn and architecturally very varied. This horseshoe-shaped complex provides each unit with terraces and balconies. The facades are clad with colourful timber ribs. In collaboration with Indrek Peil.
Lotte Kindergarten, Tartu (2008)
The star-shaped kindergarten has separate areas for play, eating, art and multimedia, all united by a central hall. Outside there are several gardens and play areas in between the angles of the star. In collaboration with Indrek Peil. (See also A10 #23)
Occupation Museum, Tallinn (2003)
Another competition winner and Siiri Vallner's first major commission. The museum collects and exhibits the reminders of the Soviet occupation of Estonia. In collaboration with Indrek Peil, Tomomi Hayashi. (See also A10 #1)
Architecture, Landscape, Urban planning