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  • Free time
  • Places to eat
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Iseära’s large, car-free park area

If you move to Iseära, it’s probably not because you only want to be at home every day. Therefore, every home here smoothly leads to a terrace. The terrace, in turn, leads to a park area between the houses. And then it’s time to a party. Or at least for a pleasant community life.

There is a characteristic but practical park space between the houses, where you can practice both culture and physical education. In other words, talk or run and exercise. The park area is designed for adults, children and everyone who finds themselves somewhere in between.

We look forward to meeting you to talk more about Iseära

Lennart Lind

Interior Architect (Iseära homes)

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Lennart Lind

Interior Architect (Iseära homes)

Lennart will help you find and create a home at Iseära.

It can be said that architecture has surrounded Lennart all his life. Thanks to his grandparents who are architects and aunt who is an interior architect, he got acquainted with the nature of the field quite young. Lennart knew at an early age that he would become an interior architect. After graduating from the Estonian Academy of Arts in 2017, he worked in the architecture bureau ARS Projekt, where he was involved in the design and engineering of both private and public projects.

Lennart believes that good interior architecture is quite universal and is related to the proportion of rooms, layouts and functional solutions. The interior design of the rooms, on the other hand, is much more subjective.
At Liven, he wants to create value that is a combination of the above, because without a good interior architecture solution, the design has only a decorative role in the room, and good architecture without a suitable style can only leave the home environment a bleak place.
Lennart considers continuous self-development to be crucial. Therefore, in 2018, in order to maintain his academic form, he started studying at the Tallinn School of Economics as a marketing specialist.

Walking is his form of meditation – long walks by the sea or on city streets are an important part of the daily routine. Lennart also enjoys badminton and tennis.