Andrus Kõresaar is a flying architect in many ways. After the initial success as the architect of Estonian pavilion at Hannover EXPO Kõresaar went on to fill Tallinn with landmark buildings from old industrial sites, museums to the synagogue. While working on the Seaplane harbour - the award winning maritime museum, he wanted to get to know the topic in depth and took a pilot’s licence. Kõresaar’s KOKO architecture bureau’s speciality is clever conversion - old into new, always in a brave and unexpected way. A frequent invitee at international competitions, his heart beats for innovation, new materials and sustainable architecture.