"A visit to a city hall sounds like it couldn’t be more of a snore, but not in Reykjavik. But, unlike most city halls that are grand displays of classic architecture, Reykjavik’s City Hall is a minimalist ensemble of glass, steel and concrete with a façade dripping moss. And if the contemporary architecture doesn’t capture your attention, the sight will: the building appears to float on placid Tjornin pond. You couldn’t ask for a more tranquil venue."
Jeanine Barone i The Cultureist
om ett besök i Reykjavík.