9 September - 18 October 2015

9.09 - 18.10 2015











TAB is an international architecture festival which introduces local architecture culture, current issues concerning architecture, and looks at the future of the architectural profession. TAB offers a program of events for both architecture professionals, students and everyone interested in architecture. 

The third TAB will kick off on September 9 and will look into the changes, challenges and opportunities that our cities and their inhabitants will be facing once the third industrial revolution is implemented in full scale and we all start using self-driving cars. What will this mean for architects, designers, urban planners? TAB will turn Tallinn into a test site for the cities of the future, visualising ideas and conceptualising the way cities are built.

TAB 2015 curatorial team is led by architect and city planner Marten Kaevats and is produced by Estonian Centre of Architecture.

Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2015 Body Building Installation to remain open for public until end of 2016


The large spidery installation that was erected in front of the Estonian Museum of Architecture to mark the beginning of the third installment of Tallinn Architecture Biennale back in 2015, will remain in place until the end of 2016 for public viewing. The structure titled Body Building was designed by curators of the TAB 2015 main exhibition, architects Sille Pihlak and Siim Tuksam, and quickly became one of the most photographed objects of the biennale in the public space of Estonia’s capital.

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"9 Conditions of Riga" opening on Thursday


Exhibition "9 Conditions of Riga", curated by Oskars Redbergs will open on Thursday at 17 in Telliskivi Creative City Red Hall (Punane Saal). The exhibition will remain open until 29th October. 

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TAB Vision Competition wraps up for 2015


The results of the TAB Vision Competition “Epicentre of Tallinn” together with comments of the jury for each awarded entry have been published on the competition website now. Exhibition attracted 18 000 visitors.

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