TAB2017 ​​ includes the latest work of academic institutions that teach architecture in various parts of the world.

In overall, TAB2017 looks at the notion of collective intelligence as found in nature to envision resilient and adaptive urban design models, asking artists and scientists to interpret that notion with original works that will inspire visitors into a new kind of interpretation of nature and the city, conjuring scenarios of urban symbiosis and co-evolution. Some of the ​​ participants have successfully picked up the TAB2017 focus and show how they are using biotech tools as a way to guide city development. However, the academic exhibition is not entirely tied to the main topic but aims to present examples from different architecture schools, evidencing the broad spectrum of ways and tools to teach architecture in contemporary context.




Baltijaama tunnel, Kesklinn, Tallinn, Estonia