Triin Ojari (1974) was born in Tallinn, Estonia. She graduated in 1996 from the Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn, with a degree in art history. Her research subjects have included 20th century modern architecture, housing and urban planning of the Soviet period, and contemporary architecture and architectural writing.
From 1994-2000 she worked as curator at the Museum of Estonian Architecture. Since 2001 she has been editor-in chief of the Estonian architectural review MAJA. She is also a member of the Estonian Docomomo group, and since 2011 head of the Society of Estonian Art Historians. A member of the board of experts of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture and the European Prize for Urban Public Space, she is a regular contributor to A10 magazine and a lecturer at the faculty of architecture, Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn.
She has published widely on the subject of Estonian 20th century architecture and the heritage of the Modern Movement, as well as on contemporary architecture and urban planning. Author of the book 21st Century House: New Estonian Residential Architecture, published in Tallinn (2007) and Positions. Articles on Architecture 1992-2011 (2012).