TAB 2019 Symposium is co-financed by European Regional Development Fund (30 000 Euros). The main goals of the conference is to bring together architecture community, to learn, to exchange ideas and to inspire.
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.
TAB 2019 Headline Partner is ABB.
ABB is a Swiss-Swedish multinational corporation headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, operating mainly in robotics, power, heavy electrical equipment and automation technology areas.
The British Council is the UK’s international organization for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We create friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and other countries. In Estonia we work primarily in the following areas: education, arts and culture, skills development and empowerment of young people.
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.
Velux supports Tallinn Architecture Biennale with the aim to contribute to the promotion of local architecture culture. As an enterprise promoting daylight and a good indoor climate, we value integration of technology and developing the field of architecture. Having years of experience in supporting architecture, we find that the TAB offers a great opportunity to promote daylight, fresh air and good quality of life.
The Museum of Estonian Architecture focuses on collecting, researching, and displaying 20th-century and contemporary architecture. Since 1996 its permanent home has been the historical building of the Rotermann Salt Storage – one of Tallinn’s most outstanding examples of industrial architecture. The museum is a board member of the International Confederation of Architectural Museums (ICAM) and has good relationships with both Nordic and European architectural institutions.
The Estonian Association of Architects (EAA) organizes architects, landscape architects and architecture researchers. EAA’s main field of activity is architecture expertise, concerning both organizing architecture competitions as well as offering expert assessments on particular cases. Besides that, the EAA grants professional qualifications, nominates candidates for annual architecture prizes, etc.
The Goethe-Institut is a non-profit German cultural association operational worldwide with 159 institutes, promoting the study of the German language abroad and encouraging international cultural exchange and relations.
Tallinn Urban Planning Department is TAB partner for organizing the Vision Competition.
The EU–Japan Fest is the cultural exchange between the European Union and Japan that is arranged with the help of the EU–Japan Fest Japan Committee, a Japanese organization that since 1992 has worked to create such exchanges between the year’s Cultural Capital of Europe and Japan.