The House We Need
Who cares, and is there a cure for the world struggling with its existence?
The Estonian Museum of Architecture will invite five Future Architecture creatives to a series of lectures and presentations, where young practitioners from various parts of Europe related to the current societal, political, and healthcare problems and possible solutions the architectural space can offer. Who cares, and is there a cure for the world struggling with its existence? The lectures and events organised by Estonian Museum of Architecture and Estonian Academy of Arts will explore the future habitat where peaceful coexistence of humans and the environment also depends on well-designed space. The lectures are part of the museum’s exhibition program in 2021, focusing the architect’s task in non-stop emergency situations.
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