Anton Soans and Edgar Kuusik. Tallinn Art Hall in Vabaduse Square, 1934. The aesthetisised interpretation of the machine aesthetic is displayed in the most outstanding building of the period - the Tallinn Art Hall: its glazed facade combines the windows of the exhibition hall, assembly hall and some of the studios. The glazing of the facade is a Modernist device, but the screen here is decorative, a metaphor of an abstract painting in broad frame. This feature represents “machine aesthetics” and demonstrates the novel opportunities that building technology offered in that era. Comes with a white wooden frame.