Architects used wooden boards to create a place for the community to sit and relax.

For the Lift11 urban installations festival this summer in Tallinn, Estonian architects Siiri Vallner and Indrek Peil reimagined a pier in the Kalamaja district of the city. The broken and crumbling pier isn't suitable for boats anymore, so the pair covered the concrete with wooden boards, reviving the space for visitors and the locals to sit and enjoy themselves.

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