Architecture can be a precise and delicate intervention that finds harmony with this extraordinary environment, while creating new ways of experiencing it and preserving the landscape at the same time.
The tower is a symbol that integrates the natural qualities of the context. It takes the energy of the ground and releases the excess, in the form of water vapor, creating an unique landmark - a new beacon in Iceland.
Thus, the project uses geothermal energy to produce electricity - it reduces pollution and establishes a symbiose between natural and artificial.
The architecture is based on modules that are simple and light to render the construction and modification faster, while reducing the impact on the site. The spaces are divided into small objects, built in white painted steel that barely touch the ground and contrast with the landscape.
All spaces are intimately linked with the site and its nature. The project uses the main qualities of the landscape to generate a new symbol made of water vapor. Meanwhile, the architecture takes a minimal approach, making Nature the standout quality of the place.