Leisure Spaces II
Leisure Spaces: Holidays and Architecture in 20th Century Estonia edited by Triin Ojari and Epp Lankots
Published by Estonian Museum of Architecture (Tallinn)
Printed by Printon (Tallinn)
215 × 280 mm, hardcover, 192 pp.
English and Estonian editions
This book offers an overview of the rich legacy of Estonian holiday and summer cottage architecture, focusing on the most widespread building types that helped make holidays available to a large share of the population in the Soviet period: holiday complexes for state companies, hunting and fishing cabins, tent camping sites and individual summer cottages.
Photos by Sanne Kabalt