Designing the best Finno-Ugric exhibition in the world

Echo of the Urals — Estonian National Museum’s permanent exhibition

Echo of the Urals
Jan 27, 2017 · 14 min read

Estonian National Museum: the building and the context

The new Estonian National Museum. Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane Architects.
The museum building. Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane Architects.

Echo of the Urals: the story of the exhibition

The Uralic language tree. What does a language sound like?
spring / summer / autumn / winter

Ethnofuturistic approach to old and new

Immersive environment

Worldbuilding with photo murals

Technology helps to tell the story of indigenous people

Video: Taiga Films, Music: Martin Kallasvee

A massive soundscape to bring the story to life

Conclusion: the test of time

How to visit

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Echo of the Urals

Estonian National Museum permanent exhibition

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