Reykjavík

Sun on Sóleyjargata

Sun on Sóleyjargata The Office of the President of Iceland has been at Sóleyjargata 1, or Staðarstaður as the building is called, from 1996. Since Iceland beca...

Autumn has arrived in Harpa

Autumn has arrived in Harpa The Harpa Culture and Conference Center, which opened ten years ago in May 2011, is one of Reykjavík’s prominent landmarks. The hou...

The Charming Þingholt

The Charming Þingholt Þingholt is a neighbourhood in the centre of Reykjavík. Bergstaðastræti can be called its main artery. The street extends from Landspítal...

In peace and quiet

In peace and quiet In 1838,183 years ago, Guðrún Oddsdóttir became the first person to be laid to rest in Hólavallagarður, a new cemetery in Reykjavík. Guðrún,...

Fur store and workshop

Feldur is a family run fur brand that specializes in the design of high quality fur products. The shop and workshop is located in the heart of Reykjavík where y...

Anna María Design

The influence of the Icelandic nature Anna María Sveinbjörnsdóttir is an Icelandic jeweller and designer who runs her own jewellery store, Anna María Design, o...

Lively Reykjavík Harbour

Lively Reykjavík Harbour Iceland is the 19th largest fishing nation globally and number three in Europe, after Russia and Norway. In terms of per capita, it is...

Introducing the MULTIS Project

Contemporary Icelandic art to view and purchase MULTIS is an Icelandic company that specializes in the promotion, publication and sale of art works by ...

A taste of Thai

Krua Thai serves an enticing cuisine in the heart of the capital city Reykjavík’s culinary charm is quite impressive for a small city, with a growing n...

The oldest house in Reykjavík

  The oldest house in Reykjavík Aðalstræti 10 by Ingólfstorg is the oldest house in Reykjavík, built in 1762 by Skúli Magnússon (1711-1794), the first Ic...

The Hringbraut traffic route

The Hringbraut traffic route It’s getting darker outside. At the beginning of August, the darkness swoops in, as can be seen in the photo. Taken at half-past t...

Vera Design

A Piece of Icelandic Saga Vera Design’s jewellery is sold in 18 stores in Iceland, three in Norway and one in the Faroe Islands. The design is classy, based...