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Best of design in Iceland - What to bring back home? Icelandmag

1 Jun 2015 Eyjólfur Pálsson is the owner of Reykjavík's best furniture and design store, Epal, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

Transformer Furniture in Iceland: The Sóley Chair By Valdimar

Thirty years ago, the icelandic Architect designed what became was declared Furniture of the Year in 1984. Foldaway Two Seat Beautiful Keruing Hardwood Garden Furniture Patio bench - Image 2 #Gardenbench. Find this Pin and more on Garden bench by . The designer Kai Kristiansen, is known for his rosewood compass dining chairs with curved backrest designed back in the. Find this Pin and 

Wood-based energy in Iceland – believe it or not! - Metla Bulletin

30 Jun 2014 Although iceland has huge geothermal reserves and a lot of hydropower, wood can also be a possible energy source for this barren island nation. In the eastern part of the country, geothermal heat is difficult and expensive to 

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icelandic Design scene is blooming, no matter where you look - fashion, furniture, textile, products or innovative prosthetics. It is all Klettur is an outdoor bench designed by architect Hildur Steinþórsdóttir and product designer Rúna Thors.

Benches in Reykjavík Tell Stories, Recite Poems Iceland Review

20 Aug 2014 Poets and creative writing students in Reykjavík and York, England, have joined forces and launched the project 'Word from a bench' in collaboration with Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature, publishing fiction and poetry on