Sille Pihlak (1985) is an architect, co-founder of PART (Practice for Architecture, Research and Theory). She was one half of the curatorial team behind TAB 2015 main exhibition “Body Building” and TAB 2017 Installation Competition. She has an M.Arch. with distinction from University of Applied Arts Vienna, Studio Hani Rashid and Wolf D. Prix, and has gained experience at the Southern California Institute of Architecture and a number of architecture and design offices such as Morphosis (Los Angeles) and CoopHimmelb(l)au (Vienna). She has also participated in various exhibitions (Experimental Architecture Biennial in Prague and exhibition “Extremes” in Ljubljana) and her works are included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Estonian Architecture. She is probing the interdisciplinary backgrounds of architecture cooperating with the leading names of adjoining fields (fashion designer Liisi Eesmaa, artist Kiwa, product designer Mihkel Masso etc).
At present, she is the architecture associate editor of the monthly Müürileht, co-curator of the Open Lecture Series and lecturer at the Estonian Academy of Arts. She is a member of the Union of Estonian Architects.

Janek Pabut has worked in different companies connected to building and production, like wooden windows factory, garden house factory and several house factories. He has operated different departments starting from production and purchase until sales and managing. This gives him a good base to run his present company, EstHus LTD producing massive wood constructions (MHM), wooden frame based elements and modular houses. 

Present status: Member of Board in EstHus OÜ ( main focus on sales, engineering and developing)

Gatis Zamurs has managed Latvian wood construction cluster since the day of its creation in late 2011. Started as an export focused association it has become a strong organisation uniting most of Latvian companies working in wood construction industry and has widened its goals to cooperation with scientific and educational institutions promoting innovation and developing the industry and the business environment.

Having an MBA and experience in export promoting helps to see the common goals and problems of this industry, whereas work experience in public sector inflicts smooth conversations with governmental institutions.