Architecture A Go Go

The Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre on the Reykjavik waterfront is an astounding building.

From the outside it's a giant glass covered item lit up by the sun and reflecting the water and sky. It's well worth a wander around looking at all the different angles, light, and interesting moments.

I wandered inside but couldn't go into the auditorium(s). But still, wow, as wonderful inside as out.

I see I've shared two photos of this magnificent building already, and here's two more as I just can't decide which is to be the one for today's daily photo, lucky old you.

Black and white photograph of the honeycomb architecture of Reykjavik's Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre

Large honeycomb window wall of Reykjavik's Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre


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