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Siiri Vallner

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Name  Siiri Vallner
Role  Architect

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Education  Estonian Academy of Arts

Siiri Vallner & Indrek Peil - Conference Architecture outside centres | Liberec 2014

Siiri Vallner (born 9 April 1972) is an Estonian architect.


Vallner was born in Tallinn and studied in the Estonian Academy of Arts in the department of architecture. She graduated from the academy in 1997. From 1998 to 1999 she studied in the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

From 2001 Siiri Vallner has worked in the architectural bureau Head Arhitektid OÜ and from 2003 in the architectural bureau Kavakava OÜ.

Most notable works by Siiri Vallner are the Museum of Occupations in Tallinn, the sports hall of Lasnamäe, the central sports hall of Pärnu and the Lotte kindergarten in Tartu. In addition she has successfully participated in numerous architectural competitions. She is the winner of the 2008 Best Young Architect Award. Siiri Vallner is a member of the Union of Estonian Architects.


  • Museum Of Occupations, 2003 (with Indrek Peil)
  • Lasnamäe athletics hall, 2003 (with Indrek Peil, Tomomi Hayashi)
  • Stair to Vallimägi in Rakvere, 2005 (with Heidi Urb)
  • Central Sports hall of Pärnu, 2005 (with Katrin Koov, Heidi Urb, Kaire Nõmm)
  • Single-family home in Paldiski, 2007 (with Indrek Peil)
  • Lotte Kindergarten in Tartu, 2008 (with Indrek Peil)
  • Competitions

  • Europan 6 in Vienna, 2001; II prize
  • Narva College of the University of Tartu, 2005 (with Indrek Peil, Katrin Koov); I prize
  • Lotte kindergarten, 2006 (with Indrek Peil); I prize
  • Visitors Center of the Estonian Open Air Museum, 2007 (with Indrek Peil); I prize
  • Tallinn Culture Factory, 2009 (with Indrek Peil); I prize
  • References

    Siiri Vallner Wikipedia