When you go on a journey to Iceland, you go for the landscapes, right? That's what I thought, and it is generally true, but there's more to this wonderful country than just the scenery. On the last day of my trip I had several hours to kill in Reykjavik between returning a rental car and my flight out. The weather was bad and I was tired, so I had to find something indoors. That's when I remembered I've never been inside Harpa, the Reykjavik's concert hall and conference center.
It may not be as stunning as Tokyo International Forum Building, but still is a very interesting structure. The entry is free and I've seen a tour group or two zipping through, without taking the time to actually explore this brilliant piece of architecture. Shame on them.
Ok, it's not an Escher's Triangle, but close enough. (2015-06-07 Reykjavik, Iceland)