Indrek Allmann

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Indrek Allmann (2007)

Indrek Allmann (born 8 December 1972 in Viljandi, Estonia) is an Estonia architect.

From 1987 to 1990 Indrek Allmann studied in the 4th Secondary School in Viljandi. From 1990 he studied in the Estonian Academy of Arts in the department of architecture and city planning. He graduated in 1999.

From 1995 to 1998 Indrek Allmann worked in R. Puusepp Stuudio 911 architectural office. From 1998 to 2004 he worked in the Kolde Projekt/Kolde Grupp architectural office. From 2004 to present Indrek Allmann has worked in the architectural office Pluss.

Most notable works by Indrek Allmann are Hotel L'Eremitage in Tallinn, housing area in Tulbi and Veeriku Streets in Tartu, duplex in Lucca, single-family home in Padise and Nordic Hotels Forum in Tallinn.

Works[edit]

  • single-family home in Nõmme, 1995
  • duplex in Lucca, 2002
  • Villa R in Nõmme, 2002
  • single-family home Padisel, 2003
  • St. Luke's church in Tartu 2003
  • Hotel L’Eremitage in Tallinn, 2004
  • apartment buildings in Õie Street, Tallinn, 2004
  • Kotzebue Street 27 in Tallinn, 2006
  • Tulbi-Veeriku housing area in Tartu, 2007
  • Nordic Hotels hotel Forum in Tallinn, 2007

Competitions[edit]

  • center of Harku parish, 2001; 1st prize
  • renovation of the 21st Secondary School in Tallinn, 2001;
  • Shopping center in Tartu, 2002; 2nd-3rd prize
  • Hotel L’Eremitage in Tallinn, 2002; 1st prize
  • apartment buildings in Õie Street, 2003; 1st prize
  • Tulbi-Veeriku housing area, 2004; 1st prize

Awards[edit]

  • Best Building in Tartu 2006 - Tulbi-Veeriku housing area
  • Best Building in Tartu 2002 - St. Luke's Church

References[edit]

  1. Union Of Estonian Architects, members, Indrek Allmann
  2. Architectural Bureau Pluss OÜ, employees
  3. Triin Ojari: Estonian Methodist Church of the Congregation of St. Luke, MAJA 2-2003
  4. Regina Viljasaar: House in Padise, Harjumaa, MAJA 1-2004
  5. Regina Viljasaar: Hotel L'Ermitage, 18 Toompuiestee, Tallinn, MAJA 3-2004

External links[edit]

See also[edit]

List of Estonian architects