This was an article for the Estonian architectural review MAJA about key development in Tallinn. It outlines how the Rotermanni quarter developed, its significance, and some of its ails supported by interviews. The key finding is that while groundbreaking in Estonia in terms of its car-free planning aspirations and renovation strategies, it lacks the kind of variety of uses a true district can have (as it is a single developer project).
The review (in Estonian and English) can be bought here and in some time it will also be made publicly available for free.
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