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Reykjavik Architecture Tours

Iceland Architecture Guides – Exclusive City Walks tailor made for groups visiting North Atlantic

Reykjavik Walking Tours

Book your city guide on isabelle(at)

Reykjavik Architecture Tour: Exclusive Guided Walks

e-architect have architectural tour guides in most of the key cities across the World.

Our Reykjavik guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Reykjavik are all exclusive to each client.

Should you be planning an office trip, a conference, or university trip to Reykjavik please contact us and we would be happy to take your booking.

Reykjavík Architecture – Introduction
Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland and is located in the southwest of the country. Probably the most celebrated contemporary Icelandic building is Harpa – Icelandic Concert & Conference Centre by Henning Larsen Architects + Olafur Eliasson:

Harpa Concert Hall Reykjavik
photo Courtesy of Harpa © Hörður Sveinsson

Other major architecture in Reykjavík includes the Hallgrimskirkja building and the Raðhús – City Hall Reykjavik by Studio Granda. These buildings can be visited on our Reykjavík Architecture Tours.

ION Luxury Adventure Hotel, Hengill, southwest Iceland, by Minarc, Architects:
ION Luxury Adventure Hotel
image Courtesy architecture office

Famous architects with buildings in the city include Studio Granda and Henning Larsen Architects. Other key architects with work in the city include Kollgata Arkitektúr, Graeme Massie Architects, KRADS and OOIIO Architecture.

Reykjavík Architecture Walking Tours – Traditional, Contemporary or Both

Reykjavík Architecture and Cultural Guided Tours can be an introduction to the city’s main buildings or focused on your group’s interests.

Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in Reykjavik
photo © Nic Lehoux

We can provide information on areas and building types ahead of your walking tour. For example a group of architects interested in Reykjavík office buildings could be provided with information allowing a tour programme to be agreed before their visit to Iceland. Visitors can be met from their accommodation or at the starting point of their Icelandic walking tour.

Hallgrimskirkja (Hallgrims church) – tallest building in Iceland at 73m high, by Gudjon Samuelsson architect:
Hallgrimskirkja tallest building in Iceland

Reykjavík Walking Tours

Contact Isabelle Lomholt to arrange your Iceland architectural tour: isabelle(at) / mob. +44 (0)7952 149814

Location: Reykjavik, Iceland

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Recent Icelandic Architecture

Icelandic Architecture Tours

The Station – Roadside Stop, Borgarnes
Design: KRADS
The Station Roadside Stop Iceland
photo © Kristinn Magnusson

Airport Terminal Extension in Keflavik, Reykjavik
Design: Andersen & Sigurdsson Arkitekter; Teikn Architects
Airport Terminal Extension in Keflavik
photo © Christopher Lund

Botanical Gardens Cafe, Akureyri
Design: Kollgata Arkitektúr
Botanical Gardens Cafe Iceland

Vigdis Language Center, Reykjavik
Design: OOIIO Architecture
Vigdis Language Center

Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridges in Reykjavik
Teiknistofan Tröð
Bridge Designs in Iceland

Icelandic Concert & Conference Centre, Reykjavik
Henning Larsen Architects + Olafur Eliasson>
Harpa Iceland

Supreme Court building
Studio Granda
Icelandic building

Reykjavik University Building
Henning Larsen Architects
Reykjavik University building

Country Architecture adjacent to Iceland

Norwegian Architecture

Faroe Island Buildings

Reykjavík architects : Studio Granda

Icelandic Opera Building

Icelandic Concert & Conference Centre

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Reykjavik Architecture Walking Tours

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