Teiknistofan Tröð wins 1st prize in open two stage competition in Reykjavik, Iceland: pedestrian and bicycle bridges designed in the shape of a triangular pyramid. The deck is held up with steel wires that connect to the top of the pyramid.
Design: OOIIO Architecture – submission for an international ideas competition to build a hotel in Iceland. In Reykjavik, Iceland capital they wanted to build a big new hotel in Ingolfstorg, a public existing plaza in Kvosin, the city historical center, very close to the Iceland Parliament.
The project was initially submitted for a 2008 competition held by the Icelandic power transmission company, Landsnet, in conjunction with the Association of Icelandic Architects.
Designed by Henning Larsen Architects with a façade by Olafur Eliasson, Harpa is the home of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and the Icelandic Opera, and thus a major addition to the Icelandic and European cultural scene.
Design: Graeme Massie Architects
International design competition winners for the development of an urban plan for the area of Vatnsmýri in central Reykjavik. The aim of the competition was to maximize the opportunity offered by Vatnsmýri to consolidate and strengthen the city for the 21st century.
The Supreme Court of Iceland is the final court of appeal in the judiciary of Iceland. It is also the oldest court of law in Iceland and the higher of the two Icelandic court branches.
Reykjavik University Building by Henning Larsen Architects, extensive building of 90,000 m2 designed as a circular, independent city, Iceland architecture
Arkitema and Arkthing wins the international architectural competition for The Icelandic Opera – The national opera in Iceland aquires a new shining opera house with views to elf hill and the surrounding town.
Hof is a country residence in the Skakafjördur fjord, less than 100km from the Arctic Circle. The spectacle of the location, its remoteness and special program fuelled a unique rapport between the client, contractor and architect resulting in a building that is in every respect a direct consequence of that collaboration.
Bifröst School building, Iceland education architecture design by Studio Granda, architects, this building is located in Mýrasýsla county, western Iceland.
Akureyri, in northern Iceland, has recently witnessed a decline in the propsperity of its town centre. Simultaneously, placeless out-of-town developments have become predominant.
Graeme Massie Architects are confirmed as winners of the open competition to masterplan the Old Harbour of Reykjavik and Orfirisey, in Iceland.