The Hollywood Reporter has released its fourth Cannes Film Festival daily issue, which includes a special overview what Estonia has to offer in film, design and culture section.
If you’re looking for a unique design showroom when attending the Black Nights Film Festival, then look no further than the recently opened Tallinn Design House in the Estonian capital’s stunning Rotermann Quarter.
Tallinn Design House acts as an exhibition space and store for furniture, interior lighting, interior design accessories, ceramics, organic cosmetics, fashion apparel, jewellery, handbags and footwear. The showroom offers customized conference facilities for business meetings with partners or potential buyers and is fully-equipped with streaming capabilities.
It’s a perfect venue for Estonian design for both local and international design enthusiasts.
Tallinn Design House works closely with high-profile international events like the Black Nights Film Festival and is listed as an official venue in the programmes of many other festivals, where events are hosted to introduce Estonian design to larger audiences.
The showroom was opened in the Rotermann Quarter due to its central location and historical atmosphere, which is fast becoming the city’s “go to” area. Movie buffs will also appreciate the fact that Tallinn Design House has its own place in cinema history; being situated right next to “Stalker Passage” from Andrei Tarkovsky’s classic 1979 film,