Writing, Curating and Lecturing on Visual Arts, Public Space and Architecture

The Estonian National Museum’s building at Raadi. An essay on spatial culture

The Estonian National Museum’s building at Raadi: an essay on spatial culture tells the story of the new home of the National Museum of Estonia. My essay, accompanied by plenty of visual material, took the form of five separate books/booklets. 


Presentation of the book copied from behance by graphic designer team AKU. 


The lower back side of the new building of the Estonian National Museum. It was built on the abandoned Raadi military airfield in Tartu.

The front side of the new building of the Estonian National Museum in Tartu.

This image shows the covers of the five different booklets. The base grid is more visible in every following chapter.

A composition with the slipcases that contain the five booklets.

Here you can see the cover of the first booklet.

This spread from the first booklet shows the contents of the slipcase – the titles of the five booklets.

The first, most capacious booklet, titled "The museum and spatial culture", gives an overview of the national museum's history and contemporary architecture in Estonia.
In this image, you can see the cover of the second booklet, titled "From the architectural design competition to construction".

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