Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects - News - Frameweb

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects

KUU Architects, Estonian Pavilion Koda, Floriade Venlo, the Netherlands

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects - News - Frameweb

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects

Reflecting national history and tradition, an Estonian fair pavilion was inspired by its peoples’ past as forest dwellers and how they lived.

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects - News - Frameweb

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects

Reflecting national history and tradition, an Estonian fair pavilion was inspired by its peoples’ past as forest dwellers and how they lived.

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects - News - Frameweb

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects Koda is one of the oldest Estonian words, originally meaning “place for living”. The koda in its original form is still in use, even though its basic purpose has changed.

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects - News - Frameweb

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects

Reflecting national history and tradition, an Estonian fair pavilion was inspired by its peoples’ past as forest dwellers and how they lived.

HACON | 20FT All Side open 8'6

HACON | 20FT All Side open 8'6

20ft flatrack

20ft flatrack

20ft bar

20ft bar

20ft bar

20ft bar

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects - News - Frameweb

Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects

Reflecting national history and tradition, an Estonian fair pavilion was inspired by its peoples’ past as forest dwellers and how they lived.

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