Iceland Design and Architecture, the National Energy Authority of Iceland, and the Environmental Agency of Iceland introduce NatNorth.is
Iceland Design and Architecture, theNational Energy Authority of Iceland, and the Environmental Agency of Icelandare releasing a common information website, NatNorth.is, on a variety of projects intending to share knowledge, increase quality, and enhance sustainability in the Nordic north.
Iceland’s annual design festival, DesignMarch, initially scheduled for the end of March, took place for the 12th time in Reykjavik from 24-28 June, transforming the northernmost capital of the world into one big venue for design with over 100 shows and over 80 exhibitors.
Iceland Design and Architecture, in cooperation with the ministry of the environment and natural resources and the ministry of industries and innovation, is calling for a team of designers to design signs, signposting system, and a manual for tourist destinations and protected areas.
Icelandic Prime Minister, Katrín Jakobsdóttir, and Guðmundur Ingi Guðbrandsson, Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources with Hlín Helga Guðlaugsdóttir curator of DesignTalks.
For this year's edition of DesignMarch, the team is experimenting with a concept called STUDIO 2020. During the festival the studio will be a platform for varied forms of interviews, LIVE talk shows, performative design interventions, thematic conversations and podcasts.
DesignMarch, Iceland´s main design festival will take place in Reykjavík this summer! The festival 2020 was scheduled at the end of March, as it has for the past eleven years; due to Covid-19 pandemic it was postponed.In light of recent positive news the festival can go forward, however in altered form in full collaboration with local authorities
Olafur Eliasson is an artist whose work has made a mark around the globe, with its signature play on the divisions between art, architecture and design.
An interview with architect Jórunn Ragnarsdóttir, who runs an award-winning firm in Germany, Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei, along with her husband, Arno Lederer, and their long-time collaborator, Marc Oei.
An interview with Edda Katrín Ragnarsdóttir, a product designer and ceramicist, has spent the last two years working closely with artist Egill Sæbjörnsson on creating the artistic world of the trolls Ūgh and Bõögâr.
Philip Fimmano is a contemporary fashion and lifestyle specialist, a design curator and a close collaborator of Lidewij Edelkoort, one of the world's most renowned trend forecasters.
The Icelandic Design Awards was rewarded for the sixth time on the 14th of November. The ceremony took place at Iðnó were the minister of tourism, industry and innovation, Þórdís Kolbrún R. Gylfadóttir gave out the main price. Wave by Genki Instruments won the Icelandic Design Awards 2019.