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Indrek Rünkla

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Indrek Rünkla (born September 3, 1971 in Tallinn) is a notable Estonian architect.

From 1991 Rünkla studied in the Estonian Academy of Arts in the department of architecture. He graduated from the academy in 1998.

From 1998 Rünkla works in the architectural bureau Alver Arhitektid OÜ.

Most notable works by Indrek Rünkla are the Ferrum department store, City Plaza office building and the new design of the Vabaduse (Liberty) Square.

Works

  • Ferrum department store in Kuressaare, 2002 (with Andres Alver, Tiit Trummal, Tarmo Laht, Ulla Mets)
  • City Plaza, 2005 (with Tiit Trummal, Andres Alver, Tarmo Laht, Ulla Saar, Martin Melioranski)
  • Technological Park of Mustamäe, 2005 (with Andres Alver, Tarmo Laht, Ulla Saar ja Sven Koppel)
  • World Trade Center of Tallinn, 2005 (with Andres Alver, Sven Koppel)
  • Rävala office building, 2006 (with Andres Alver, Tarmo Laht, Ulla Saar)
  • Noblessneri Harbour, 2007 (with Andres Alver, Tarmo Laht, Ulla Saar, Sven Koppel)
  • Rotermanni Quarter, 2007 (with Andres Alver)
  • Vabaduse (Freedom) Square in Tallinn, 2009 (with Andres Alver, Tiit Trummal, Veljo Kaasik, Tarmo Laht, Sven Koppel, Ulla Saar)
  • References

    Indrek Rünkla Wikipedia


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