The City of Pärnu has launched a single phase international contest to design a Baltic Sea Art Park for the Estonian city.
A riverside site has been selected for a number of land-based public buildings alongside waterborne pavilions.
An accommodation schedule of 900m² has been released for the land based structures with each of the water based units expected to be between 150 to 250m².
A £9,500 prize fund has been announced with the winners invited to develop their scheme with the town administration.
Submissions are due 10 October throught the dedicated page with winners announced 15 October.