One of the goals was to address the shared ecosystem and the relationships between people and nature, organic and inorganic. Competitors were tasked with creating an environment of shared and private habitats for work and life, designing housing and the environment for all generations, where it would be possible to grow up, play and learn. The competition aimed to find an escape from dull and unimaginative architecture and to find new concepts for an alternative way of life.


We live in a world full of technologies that increasingly affect our basic daily needs. We no longer go shopping, but shops are brought to us. Technology and related services are making our lives easier for us, but at the same time making us more and more dependent on each other. Self-sufficient units that are designed in nine variants. They do not form a structure by connecting small segments like bricks, but whole units. The units themselves fit together thanks to inspiration from Japanese carpentry joints. They can therefore be dismantled and transported at any time thanks to the rising seas associated with global warming outside the Tallinn floodplain.