Best known for his department store in Kuressaare and for his work on Tallinn's Freedom Square. Also known for a recreational home in Loksa and the Toidutare restaurant in Kose-Risti.
He attended Miina Härma Gymnasium from 1961 until 1972 and enrolled in the Estonian Academy of Arts in 1972, graduating in 1977. He was commissioned in 1980 to design the children's playground in the S.M. Kirov collective farm center in Viimsi.
He became an editorial board member for the Estonian Architectural Review in the 1990s.
He was raised in Tartu, Estonia.
He and fellow architect Madis Eek were both born in Estonia.