KAOS Architects, based in Tallinn, Estonia, was established in 2010. We have been creating modern experimental architecture for nearly ten years, often in dialogue with heritage. Our integrative approach has been recognised by awards for the remodelling design of Haapsalu Episcopal Castle; Pilgrims’ House in Vastseliina; interior architecture of the Estonian Embassy in London; Treasury of the University of Tartu Museum; and remodelling of Energy Discovery Centre in Tallinn.
The experts in charge have more than a decade’s experience in architectural or interior architectural design. All projects, from planning to completion, are led in all aspects by Margit Aule and Laura Ojala (architecture), or Margit Argus and Liis Tarbe (interior architecture). In addition to our team of 14 in the office, we have a network of specialist partners.
Some of our projects currently under construction are the Fahle Park residential and business estate in Tallinn; remodelling of Haapsalu Episcopal Castle; conversion of Noblessner Foundry; WOW! Family Centre in Kuressaare; and a kindergarten / swimming-pool building in Pärnu. Examples of recently completed projects include the Pilgrims’ House; Estonian Embassy in Moscow; and Park Hotel Viljandi.