A record 34 entries for the Estonian Landscape Architects Union Annual Awards were put forward this year.
An international jury included landscape architects Pia Kuusiniemi, Laura Männamaa and Sulev Nurme, urbanist-urban planner Kristi Grišakov and architect Elo Kiivet selected the final 12.
"It is very gratifying to see that the role of landscape architecture in shaping a good living environment has become more and more valued, and this is also shown by the twice as rich harvest of the previous year," said Elo Kiivet.
"Works from all over Estonia have been presented and some very high-quality projects have been shown in very small places. level."
The nominees in the four categories are listed below
- Elva City Center - Ülle Maiste, Diana Taalfeld, Anne Saarniit, Roomet Helbre and Taavi Kuningas
- Kuressaare City Center - Häli-Ann Tooms, Mari-Liis Männik, Project in Cube
- Paldiski Town Square - Madis Vaikmaa, Martin Saarnak, Rait Aas
- The Estonian Media building - Mirko Traks, Uku Mark Pärtel, Kristjan Talistu, Juhan Teppart and Karin Bachmann
- Delta Center of the University of Tartu - Kadi Nigul and Kristian Nigul, architects Illimar Truverk and Sander Aas
- Vastseliina Episcopal Castle - landscape architects Kersti Lootus, Katri Soonberg, Kadri Uusen and Siim Lootus
- Inner courtyard for the F1 quarter of Kopli lines - Kaie Kuldkepp
- Päeva Park - Kerttu Kõll and Maarja Tüür, landscaping consultant Maarja Gustavson, architect Anu Tammemägi
- Courtyard of Uus-Veerenni residential area - Mirko Traks, Uku Mark Pärtel, Kristjan Talistu, Juhan Teppart and Karin Bachmann
Special bonus award
- Car-free Avenue - Tõnis Arjus, Ragnar Kekkonen, Maris Peebo, Anna-Liisa Unt
- Helle Väärsi
- Võru City Government
The winners will be announced on December 9 at the architectural awards ceremony.
Editor: Helen Wright