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It is a project to redesigning and reimagining a historic educational building within the UNESCO-recognised North Latvia Biosphere Reserve, on a forested site 4 kilometres from the Latvia–Estonia border. The Omuli Primary School, a 785 m2 building originally constructed in 1936, is planned to become a museum to educate visitors about the nature and history of local horse breeds. The 2.37-hectare site is also intended to offer guest houses and artist-in-residence living and work spaces. The project is intended to be completed in three construction phases: 1 - an artists' day workshop; 2 - a long-term stay facilities for residencies; and 3 - a guest house and a Museum of the Horse, comprising exhibition halls or other spaces.

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