The Museum of Estonian Architecture celebrates its 30th anniversary with an unprecedented group exhibition. The Houses That We Need talks about global dangers that are becoming ever more real – some of them self-inflicted like potential climate catastrophe or technological singularity, and others beyond our control such as any threat from deep space. The participating architects were handed a creative brief to design a work that could be conceptually be called a building and which is aimed at securing a more beautiful, secure and peaceful future on planet Earth. These are the houses that we need.
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