Thermory is the world’s biggest manufacturer of chemical-free thermally modified wood with significant projects in 50+ countries worldwide. They create real wood solutions that shape a valuable and sustainable living environment. Their selection includes exterior and indoor cladding, decking and flooring, and sauna materials.

The Ministry of Culture of Estonia is a Cabinet-level governmental agency in Estonia in charge of conducting and organising the country’s cultural affairs and policies.

The Cultural Endowment of Estonia is a legal person in public law the objective of the activities of which is to support the arts, folk culture, physical fitness and sport and the construction and renovation of cultural buildings by the purposeful accumulation of funds and distribution thereof for specific purposes.

LAUFEN is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of bathroom ceramics. With its specialist core competence in the development, manufacture and marketing of bathroom ceramics, LAUFEN has stamped its decisive influence on the development of bathroom culture. LAUFEN prides itself in providing its customers with the very best and ensuring they enjoy well-being that only LAUFEN products. For over 100 years, the LAUFEN brand has been known worldwide for its high quality, good design and innovative solutions. Today LAUFEN is also presented in all Nordic countries.

Ruukki sells and manufactures energy-efficient building and construction solutions, with a focus on Northern and Eastern Europe. Their advanced technology, responsive partnerships and time-tested practices fulfils every client’s dreams, whether they build new buildings, or renovate old houses. Ruukki’s portfolio includes both Ruukki and Plannja brands, which are available through an extensive professional dealer network and service points. Ruukki has around 2,500 employees and production facilities across 15 plants in Europe. Ruukki Construction is a subsidiary of SSAB. SSAB is a Nordic and US-based steel company operating in over 50 countries.

Tallinn Urban Planning Department is partnered with TAB to organize the Installation Competition with the aim to for piloting a larger scale approach to regenerative architecture in a public realm.

Established in 1914, the Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA) is the only public university in Estonia providing higher education in fine arts, design, architecture, media, visual studies, art culture, and conservation. EKA is striving to be among the leading international centres of innovation in the field of visual culture – the Estonian Academy of Arts collaborates with more than a hundred top art, design, and architecture universities worldwide and belongs to several international higher education networks.

Founded in 1918, TalTech is the sole technological university in Estonia. It is also the most international university in Estonia. TalTech is a research-based university offering Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degrees in engineering, natural sciences, IT, business and maritime studies. Renewed study programmes that target the needs of the labour market make TalTech graduates the expected experts.

The French Institute of Estonia was created in 1992. It is located on 4 Kuninga Street, in the old Town center. The Institute purpose is to instigate, help, animate and highlight the exchanges between France and Estonia in the following areas of cooperation: French language, sciences, education, higher education, culture and art. It collaborates closely with the French embassy.

UKU masters have applied all the knowledge and experience gathered over the years to the development of the best plaster mixes.
The constant desire to improve and keep up with the times is the driving force of the UKU team, while also keeping in mind our own clay construction culture – because Estonia’s clay construction heritage is unique.

The UKU team works every day to preserve historic building materials. With each new product, we pay homage to distant masters in some part of the world, who have masterfully worked and achieved virtuosity for generations with mixtures based on natural binders.