20.12.15: Trípólí, in collaboration with VA architects, is one of two design teams that make proposals for a new town centre for Seltjarnarnes municipality. Read more about the competition here. Go to project ->.
11.07.15: Trípólí has recently made proposals for the City of Reykjavík to rethink the usage of the main bus station in Reykjavík, Hlemmur. The new proposed usage is a food hall with small restaurants and shops. Read more about the project here. Go to project ->.
13.03.15: The project “Hæg Breytileg átt” or “Slowly Changing Course” will today open an exhibition in the Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús, as a part of DesignMarch 2015. Read more about the exhibition here. Go to project ->.
06.11.14: The book projekt “Reykjavík sem ekki varð” has now been published by Crymogea. Trípólí congratulates Guðni and Anna on their beautiful work. Go to project ->.
10.07.14: Trípólí has been collaborating with few good friends as “Rúðuborg” on the future development of “Skeifan”, a vast underutilized commercial and industrial area in the heart of Reykjavík City . The Project is a part of “Hæg Breytileg átt” or “Slowly Changing Course”, a new housing development project conducted by Aurora Design Fund, City Council of Reykjavik, Federation of Icelandic Industries, Iceland Design Centre, four major Icelandic Housing Associations and the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Find more about “Hæg Breytileg Átt” here. Go to project ->. Download the presentation here.
11.09.13: Trípólí is proud to be among the finalist in the Nordic Built Challenge, an open architecture competition, initiated by the Nordic ministers for trade and industry, to accelerate the development of sustainable building concepts and energy efficient solutions for the existing and future building stock. Find more about the nordic built challenge here. Go to project ->
29.04.13: Trípólí congratulates Guðni Valberg and Anna Dröfn Ágústsdóttir on their grant from the Guðjón Samúelsson Memorial Fund for their book project. ->
08.03.13: As a part of the Icelandic Design Festival “Hönnunarmars”, Guðni Valberg will hold a lecture on the ongoing book project “Reykjavík as it could have been” at Hannesarholt on the 16th of March 2013. ->
02.12.12: TRÍPÓLÍ ARCHITECTURE launches new website. We are also on Facebook!
27.11.12: Guðni Valberg and Anna Dröfn Ágústsdóttir receive a grant from Aurora Foundation to prepare a book about the history behind many of Reykjavik´s most significant buildings. ->