Dezeen Feature - Summerhouse in South Iceland by Gláma Kím Arkitektar

 
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Gláma Kím Arkitektar and their beautiful Summerhouse that we photographed last year is featured on Dezeen today! Have a look at the full article to learn more about this remote and stunning vacation home in South Iceland! 

Blue Fog - Thuringia, Germany

 

The Thuringian Forest is called the "Green Heart of Germany", right in the center. And it is my "Heimat". "Heimat" in german describes the place where you feel home, often where you were born and feel a lot of connection to. The forest never looks the same and especially not engulfed in fog. These photos were taken around the town of Oberhof and the second highest peak in Thuringia called Schneekopf.

Camera : ARAX CM MLU

Film: Fujichrome Velvia 

Home-brew Film Development 

 

Above and Below - Toronto, Canada

 

Every year around February or March, Ashbridge Bay and Woodbine Beach in Toronto turn into a surreal world of reflection and foggy play of parallels. The snow melts into a mirror of water and ice and the above becomes the below.

Camera : Mamiya 645

Film: Fomapan 100 Classic, Kodak Portra 400, Fujichrome Provia 100F

Home-brew Film Development

 

Single Family House in Arnarnes - Garðabær, Iceland

 

"New construction of a single family house for a family of seven. The new two level building is organized around a lightwell on the entry level. The bedrooms are located to the northeast side, whilst the family room and kitchen are at the soutwest side enjoying a view of the inlet beyond. The formal dining room and living area continue along the large glazed facade towards the spectacular view of the Reykjanes Peninsula. A large fireplace subdivides the space and provides a vertical anchoring for an open staircase leading to the family rooms on the lower level." (Gláma Kím)

Reykjavík, Iceland

Architect: Gláma Kím 

Photographer: Nanne Springer

Zen House - Toronto

 

"Zen House is a transformation of two interior spaces, using a neutral, consistent material palette throughout.  The new ground floor kitchen / living area and the new second floor master ensuite and adjacent dressing room are washed in natural light to create a quiet calm."

Toronto, Canada

Architect: Cindy Rendely Architexture

Photographer: Nanne Springer

Single family house in Fossvogur - Reykjavík, Iceland

 

"A mid 1960´s villa by architect Guðmundur Kr. Kristinsson needed renovation and repair. The original house was a prime example of late modern architecture in Reykjavik. The project encompassed exterior renovations and retrofitting executed with respect to the high quality typical of Guðmundur´s design." by Gláma Kím

Reykjavík, Iceland

Architect: Gláma Kím 

Photographer: Nanne Springer