Collection by Ian Quine


A shark-skinning shack.
Like the unseen geothermal energy that fuels the famous bathing pool at Reykjavík’s Blue Lagoon, the city’s design…
Nearly two-thirds of Iceland’s population of 300,000 lives in the greater Reykjavík area. The city’s name means “smoky…
TRIAS' Slate Cabin
Reclaimed pine purlins cast shadows onto the interior. “Lighting is a way to experiment with space and design,” Grizzle…
Via ArchDaily, photo by Anze Cokl.
"The project is a tribute to the majesty of nature and to the people of Norway," says Schluchtmann, "who not only…
"I went on my first trip to Norway in 1996," Schluchtmann says. "The landscape and the light left such a strong…
Along the Geiranger-Trollstigen road in western Norway, Oslo-based Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter designed a footpath that…
Bivak pod Skuto
Bivak pod Skuto
3 days in Alberta
The structure is comprised of sheets of glass, a steel armature, and a wood shed that hugs the rear facade
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