LLRRLLRR is a collaboration by Laura Linsi and Roland Reemaa.

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News:
Linsi & Reemaa appointed as UAL Central Saint Martins Associate Lecturers at Spatial Practices programme
     27.10.20. GBR, London
Interview with LLRRLLRR about recently opened RIBOCA2
     03.09.20. LVA, Riga
LLRRLLRR commissed as leading architects for RIBOCA2 - Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art
     20.08.20. LVA, Riga
Reemaa to participate in 2020 London Festival of Architecture symposium on «Power of Place»
     30.07.20. GBR, London
Invited participation in the Hungarian Pavilion for the XVII Venice Architecture Biennale
     22.05.21. ITA, Venice
LLRRLLRR invited participation to the exhibition «Old Building New Life» at Editional Studio in Manchester
     06.01.20. GBR, Manchester
Interview with Linsi & Reemaa in «Carnets - Architecture is Just A Pretext»
     20.12.19. Published by Anteferma, ITA, Venice
Linsi & Reemaa invited as guest editors for the Estonian Architecture Review #98 with their theme «Author»
     20.10.19. Published by Arhitektuurikirjastus, EST, Tallinn
«Dance of Dilettanti» installation and CGI exhibited at in «Open Collection: The Artist Takes the Floor»
     04.07.19. KUMU, Art Museum of Estonia, EST, Tallinn
Linsi and Reemaa awarded with the Young Architect Prize by the Estonian Association of Architects
     28.03.19. EST, Tallinn
Invited participation to the exhibition «Alternative Histories» organised by Drawing Matter and Veldwerk
     23.03.19. The Architecture Foundation, UK, London
«A room of one’s own: Feminist's questions about architecture»
     25.01.19. Invited exhibition contribution presented at Estonian Architecture Museum, EST, Tallinn
«Futures That Never Happened»
     27.08.18. Exhibition at the Estonian National Museum Heimtali branch, open to public, EST, Heimtali
«Weak Monument» Estonian pavilion at the XVI Venice Architecture Biennale
     25.05.18. Opens at Santa Maria Ausiliatrice, ITA, Venice
Participation at London Summer Intensive
     18.08.17. Hosted by Slade School of Art and Camden Arts Centre, GBR, London
«Composite Countryside» essay by Linsi published in the «Baltic Atlas».
     28.05.16. Published by Sternberg Press, DEU, Berlin
Installation «Composite Countryside» featured in the XV Venice Architecture Biennale, Baltic Pavilion.
     27.05.16. ITA, Venice