The opening of the exhibition will take place on 14 March, 2017 at 6.30 pm.
The exhibition will be opened by Gábor Zupkó, the Director of the European Commission in Hungary
curators of the exhibition Merle Karro-Kalberg, Karin Bachmann and Anna-Liisa Unt.
This October, an exhibition will demonstrate and analyse the structures that were built in Estonia from 2006-2015 with financial assistance from the European Union and form a vital and prominent layer of Estonia’s rural and urban landscapes. The Estonian Association of Architects, an organisation that unites professionals, wants this exhibition to draw local authorities’ attention to the need for a high-quality living environment and the effect it inspires.
With this exhibition, the curators are seeking answers to questions like what overall changes in the living environment have been brought about by EU financing; how high-quality architecture affects the quality of the living environment; how and under what circumstances a high-quality living environment emerges with EU subsidies.
The exhibition comprises 10 structures that are introduced in detail via audiovisual materials and literary texts.
The exhibition is funded by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia