BioTallinn – Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2017 presents a program of exhibitions and discussions involving architecture studios, artists and scientists in reflections on the theme of biotechnology in architecture and the relationship between nature and the city in the Anthropocene.


Claudia Pasquero of ecoLogicStudio, London, concentrates her curatorial strategy on the Paljassare peninsula in Tallinn, protagonist of the curatorial exhibition Anthropocene Island at the Museum of Estonian Architecture (video: and of the international symposium Polycephalum City.