Kalle Vellevoog

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Kalle Vellevoog (2007)

Kalle Vellevoog (born April 14, 1963 in Tallinn) is a notable Estonian architect.

Kalle Vellevoog studied in the State Art Institute of the Estonian SSR (today’s Estonian Academy of Arts) in the department of architecture. He graduated from the academy in 1986.

From 1986 to 1990 Kalle Vellevoog worked in the Tallinn office of the soviet design bureau Tsentrosojuz Projekt. From 1990 Kalle Vellevoog works in the architectural bureau JVR OÜ.

Most notable works by Kalle Vellevoog are the housing area of Seedri street in Pärnu, the apartment building on Kaupmehe street, the apartment building on Pähkli street and the apartment building on Seedri street. Kalle Vellevoog is a member of the Union of Estonian Architects and from 1998 to 2002 was the chairman of the union and in 2002 to 2004 the vice chairman.


  • Apartment building on Suur-Patarei street, 1998
  • Office building on Türi Street, 1999 (with Velle Kadalipp)
  • Private houses on Seedri Street in Pärnu, 2003
  • Apartment building on Kaupmehe Street, 2004 (with Velle Kadalipp)
  • Apartment building in Pärnu, 2004
  • Housing area in Tallinn, 2005 (with Velle Kadalipp)
  • Apartment building on Tatari Street, 2005 (with Velle Kadalipp)
  • Apartment building in Haapsalu, 2006
  • Office building in Tallinn, 2006
  • Apartment building on Seedri Street in Pärnu, 2007


  1. Union of Estonian Architects
  2. Architectural Bureau JVR OÜ, architects

See also

List of Estonian architects