The Estonian Association of Interior Architects
Former factory buildings are transformed into housing. An old garage becomes a restaurant with a cinema and an exhibition space. A former indoor swimming pool and a heating plant are transformed into revitalised cultural centres. What becomes of space when it is stripped to its bareness, reduced to its naked core and opened up to new possibilities?
The ESL publishes the professional periodicals RUUMIPILT, SISU—LINE and the ESL yearbook-calendar.
We are glad to announce that the ESL library is gradually gaining shape. We will keep our members posted of new arrivals regularly, but meanwhile everyone is welcome to read the following books and latest magazine issues.
The cosy office of the ESL is located in a quiet inner yard of the Old Town at 4 Rüütli St., Tallinn.
The ESL stands for the professional skills and interests of its members, applies suitable forms, means and benefits for the complementation of professional skills, and supports the training of interior architects.
Through the work of its various committees, the ESL stands for the interests and professional skills of its members, applies for the recognition and protection of works of interior architecture and the rights of authors, and grants professional qualifications.
The ESL develops the joint activities of interior architects and their cooperation with other professional associations in the field of construction, with representatives of professions and developers of the area.