Hand drawn sketch of Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík’s most iconic (Lutheran) church. Designed by Architect Guðjón Samúelsson, the first Icelander to be educated in architecture, its expressionist style mirrors the famous basalt landscape of Iceland. Taking 41 years to construct, it’s a memorable building and one that stands tall over the city, and worth a trip to the top to take in the view.
Original drawing by Sonia Nicolson-Guðrúnarson
Size: A4, 210 x 297mm
Paper: 250 GSM Matte Paper (Printed in Iceland)
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