New upcoming project in Tallinn, Kristiine City – Kindrali Houses

July 3, 2020


Kindrali Houses form a part of the Kristiine City district undergoing rapid development near the city centre and offering versatile opportunities for residents of all age. The new five-storey apartment buildings are built at 6 Sõjakooli Street. The focus is on comfort, safety and living in harmony with the environment.

The contemporary and Nordic appearance of the buildings is complemented by the carefully selected high-quality materials and details in the timeless interior design. The selection includes both, more feminine elegance but also stronger contrasts. Kindrali Houses foresee 1-5 room homes with large balconies.

Kindrali Houses are an excellent environment for the young people of the future to grow in. The suburban courtyard includes a playground, fruit trees and bushes, cosy seating and a comfortable bike parking area. The sports clubs, kindergartens, schools, shops and restaurants are all within a walking distance.

Please learn more about the project on the Kindrali Houses web and register your interest.

Architects of the Kindrali Houses: Alliance Architects – Indrek Tiigi (lead architect), Tarmo Kübard, Matthias Klitzsch, Evelin Eelma
Landscape Architecture: Alliance Architects – Indrek Tiigi (lead architect), Eha Jakobi
Interior architect: Galina Burnakova
Ceramic tiles: Interstudio
Parquet: RM Stuudio
Sanitary ceramics: Villeroy & Boch