In 2010 the Estonian Association of Designers brought together European designers (including the Cité du Design), Tallinn city officials, the Chamber of Estonian Disabled People, lecturers and students from Estonian and French design schools, to create concepts for a single vision: Tallinn for All.
This fell under the heading of the “Design for All” movement, which aims to create more accessible and functional cities in a measureable, solution-oriented way.
The results were clearly defined design solutions, which made their debut during the European Innovation Festival and Design Night in 2011. An exhibition was also created for Helsinki as part of its Design Capital 2012 programme.
For more information visit: http://www.edl.ee/cities-for-all-tallinn-for-all