LÄBIPÄÄS pop-up classroom by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn – Estonia

March 29th, 2015 by retail design blog

Lecturers and students of department of interior architecture of Estonian Academy of Arts setted pop-up classroom called LÄBIPÄÄS (entrance) to the pedestrian tunnel of main railway station of Tallinn to celebrate “doors open day” at EAA. Prospective students and also a random passersbyers had chance to take part of a full-lenght schoolday.

Design: Estonian Academy of Arts
Photography: Tõnu Tunnel








































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