News flash: I have been appointed as the Symposium curator for the III Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB)!
This year’s TAB will explore the relationship between Architecture and the Third Industrial Revolution (which is perfect, because if you’ve visited this blog at least once before, you know I am a total sci-fi nerd). The Biennale will last from the 9th of September till October 18th, with the symposium taking place on September 10th-11th in Tallinn’s KultuuriKatel. Between some unbelievable speakers and the topic which is super-cool, believe me, you won’t want to miss it! So mark the dates in your calendars and book your flights to Tallinn before they’re too expensive!
Some official information about the event follows:
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. 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.
For more information, please visit www.tab.ee