Taavi Varm (1979, Estonia) is a visual artist interested in combining spatial design with projection-based media. He is currently a Master’s degree student at Media Lab Helsinki, Aalto University. Along the way, he has been teaching video, art, and technology-related courses for the past 20 years in different Universities in Estonia and abroad. That has lead him to be an expert in consulting various government and national projects.
He has done stage video design for numerous theatre plays in Estonia, combining hi-tech solutions to narrow the gap between technology and real-time performance.
Taavi is also specialized in large-scale projection mapping projects. Lately, he has been working with interactive installations to create installations for museums and unique environments. To name a few: Fazer Visitor Centre, Georgian Pavillion at Word Expo Astana, Unity DOME 360, Narva Alexander’s Cathedral installation, Narva Museum, and many more.
He runs the hybrid design company Varm Studio with his wife, industrial designer Anni Varm, which has developed many big scale projects to introduce Estonian design worldwide.
“Arts and design make the world better. I enjoy doing it. Happy little bastard as I am.” Artist, designer, illustrator, interdisciplinary artist, mother. The main designer – Varm Country.