My flat is much more to me than just a place to live, since I can’t afford a studio at the moment, I use it as my canvas. I think that’s apparent to anyone taking a cursory glance, even as they enter the front door.
Luckily, my boyfriend and his children are usually [...]
My job is to form bridges, to create a shared experience through storytelling. With the job comes Noise—the noise of people, of misshapen egos and beguiling personalities, of polite lies and half-truths, of subtexts and motives. It’s therefore only natural that Silence is of great value to me.
Whenever I have [...]
So much of what I have learned and understood about architecture is in regards to space and place and the ability of both to evoke different levels of different emotions. Until four months ago it was all just a concept; something I hadn’t experienced.
Living in a city that functioned on [...]
The illustrations show my natural habitat in three different dimensions: my city, my flat and my desk. The flat is in the city but the desk is not in the flat, it is in my studio (not included). The studio window has a stunning view over Reykjavík’s beloved mountain [...]
Maps have been the object of my fascination for as long as I can remember. As a perfect combination of form and function, there’s something magical about them. Maps will show you all the spaces in the world, without telling you what those [...]
If there would be a word that could describe my “space” it would be ‘solitude’. I’m very fond of places that bring comfort, and small things that put a smile on my face, to feel inspired, basically. Whenever I feel distracted, I listen to Sigur [...]