It’s not often we cover architecture in Iceland, but with beauties like Shift’s DIY Reykjavik Pavilion popping up, we might just have to keep innovative new Nordic designs on our radar.
The temporary DIY Reykjavik Pavilion, which looks a bit like the tail of a whale, was created by Shift Architects’ Arnaldur Scram and Simon Stigsby along with Angelica Biddle and Dr. Siguraur Gunnarsson. The designers say it "represents a stepping stone for the local community to question Iceland’s future," according to Arplus.com says.
The DIY Reykjavik Pavilion is being displayed as part of 2009 Reykjavik Design Days and 2009 Reykjavik Art Festival.
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DIY Reykjavik Pavilion by Shift Architects Questions Iceland's Futu
- By: BiancaJul 27, 2009