|Type||International, Project, Open, Single-Stage|
|RegDeadline||9 July 2009 GoogleCal iCal|
|9 July 2009|
According to plan, the church building which is currently used as a sports venue will be transformed into a multifunctional public building. The concert hall would introduce the works of Arvo Pärt as well as other Estonian classical music composers and other great figures of Estonian music, while also serving as a venue for seminars, training classes, conferences and a wide range of other events.
St Paul’s church in Rakvere was designed by an Estonian architect Alar Kotli as a church that would symbolize Estonia’s freedom. St Paul’s church in Rakvere is an important work among Alar Kotli’s creations as it combines the features that were characteristic of the architect’s implemented projects as well as features that were supposed to appear in his designs but were never built.
See competition brief
First prize: 156,200 EEK (~10,000 EUR)
Second prize: 117,150 EEK (~7,500 EUR)
Third prize: 78,100 EEK (~5,000 EUR)
Purchase prize: 47,000 EEK (~3,000 EUR)
Questions due date: 02.07.09
Date when the winners are announced: 15.08.09
City of Rakvere (Estonia)