Ülar Mark

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Ülar Mark (2008)

Ülar Mark (born 12 February 1968) is an Estonian architect.

He graduated from the Department of Architecture of the Tallinn University of Art (today's Estonian Academy of Arts) in 1995.

From 1999 to 2002 Ülar Mark worked as the chief architect of the city of Narva. From 2002 Ülar Mark works in the architectural bureau Urban Mark OÜ. Ülar Mark is a member of the Union of Estonian Architects and from 2006 to 2007 was the chairman of the union. From 2009-2013 Ülar Mark worked as the chairman of the Estonian Center of Architecture. From 2009- Ülar Mark is partner of Allianss Architects OÜ.

Notable works by Ülar Mark are the gallery of the Bank of Estonia, the Talllink Spa Hotel and the new railway station of Tartu. In addition Ülar Mark has designed numerous urban and planning projects in Estonia and abroad.

Works

  • Single-family home on Silgu Street, 2002
  • Eurovision 2002 stage design
  • Gallery of the Bank of Estonia, 2004
  • project Joint Space for the Architectural Biennale of Venice, 2006
  • Detail plan of the Fortuna quarter in Tartu, 2006–2007
  • Hotel Haanja, 2007
  • Ugandi Spa hotel, 2007
  • New train station of Tartu, 2008
  • Tallink Spa hotel, 2008

Competitions

  • Fortuna quarter in Tartu, 2003; I prize
  • planning competition of Seewald, 2005
  • planning competition of the Koidu settlement, 2006
  • planning competition of the Maakri quarter in Tallinn, 2006
  • Joint office building of ministries, 2007
  • Embassy of Estonian Republic in Riga, 2007
  • New train station of Tartu, 2008; I prize

See also

List of Estonian architects

References

  • Union of Estonian Architects, members
  • Architectural Bureau Urban Mark OÜ, works

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