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Cities For All – Tallinn For All

“Cities for All, Tallinn for All“ is an international collaboration project which aims to find solutions for turning Tallinn into a more easily accessible and user-friendly city, which is open and conveniently accessible for all age groups, nations, mothers with children, people with special needs. This project helps to improve the quality of life for both the local inhabitants and tourists. During the year, about ten products/services and accessibility solutions have been designed with the help of university students from Estonia and France, renowned specialists, people with special needs and others. The first results of the work groups were analysed on May 26 at the Mobility conference. On September 19, a huge map of Tallinn, also called Gulliver Map, is installed on the Vabaduse Square where everyone can voice their opinion on the functionality of the city. The final proposals for improvements and the projects for new products and services are displayed at the exhibition in the Rotermann quarter on September 15-25, 2011. Entrance is free of charge.

Presentations by students and the award ceremony for the best solutions take place on September 20.

The presentations include infographics solutions for Tallinn public transport, proposals to the Black Nights Film Festival for improving accessibility to the cinemas, new navigation products for tourists, etc.


One of the awards is sponsored by the schooner Kajisamoor and the participants of the project will get to ride it on the sea for 2,5 hours.


28.09 10:15 FASHION DESIGN PROGRAMME “Design Is in Fashion” today at 17.00Loe edasi
28.09 10:00 Discussion of exhibition "Design Misstakes" today at 12.00Loe edasi
27.09 14:00 DESIGNERS FACEBOOK exhibition now also in internetLoe edasi
27.09 12:15 FUND-RAISING DESIGN AUCTION today at 19.00Loe edasi
27.09 12:00 Design Office today at 12−18Loe edasi
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