Kalaranna District is a long-awaited, modern residential area, on six hectares, will include a renewed harbour and waterfront, 12 residential buildings with restaurants, boutiques and commercial spaces, centred around a square of almost the size of the Town Hall Square with outdoor cafes and cultural events.
Kalaranna District is a premium area in the heart of Tallinn, where peace, as well as commotion meet.
Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid is active in a wide range of architecture and design. The duo's projects cover urban planning and public spaces, apartment buildings and private homes, as well as interiors and smaller developments. The Kalaranna development also needed such a versatile approach. After all, it’s a visiting card of the seaside city of Tallinn, with the Culture Kilometre, Fish Market and the city beach waiting to be seen.