Trípólí, along with their team, VSÓ, Buro Happold and Exploartions Architecture, are among six teams that have been preselected for a competition to design a bridge over Fossvogur inlet. The bridge is to improve transport links between Reykjavík and Kópavogur municipality and is intended to support eco-friendly transport options. The 270m long bridge will have cycling lanes and pedestrian walkways together with lanes for public transport.
Trípólí have been working on a proposal for the Municipality of Hafnarfjörður of how to redevelop the town's old centre. The proposal suggests new mixed use buildings on empty lots and current parking lots, and introducing changes in street layout without removing any buildings.
Trípólí was recently a runner-up in an invited competition for a 45.000 m2 mixed use development in Reykjavík. The site is known as "Orkuhússreitur" and is located in the centre of the Reykjavík area, surrounded by shops, services, and the Laugardalur valley.
Today we received a “purchased entry” for our proposal of an extension to the 18th century Government house in Reykjavik, which houses the prime minister’s offices.
Trípólí and Krads receive a prize in the Gingerbread house competition arranged by the Association of Icelandic Architects with a laser cut section model of one of their houses in the Dvergur project in Hafnarfjörður.
Today the annual Iceland Academy of the Arts graduation exhibition by BA students in fine arts and design wiIl open at Kjarvalsstaðir Art Museum.
The architecture students, tutored by Andri Gunnar Lyngberg Andrésson, Anna María Bogadóttir and Kristján Örn Kjartansson, were to design a residency, within the town of Hveragerði in south of Iceland, that would offer a living, working, and exhibition space for artists.
The exhibition will run until May 13th.
An exhibition of architectural ideas which were runners up in architectural competitions for well-known buildings in Iceland is opening at the headquarters of Arion Bank today, as a part of DesignMarch.
The exhibition is intended to highlight architecture, different options and alternative futures, how things could have been. The exhibition spans 80 years in the history of Icelandic architecture, with works from many of Iceland's leading architects. The exhibition is co-curated with historian Anna Dröfn Ágústsdóttir and architect Guðni Valberg, the authors of the book Reykjavík sem ekki varð, about alternative Reykjavik, published in 2014 to great acclaim.
The exhibition will run until May 18th.
Trípólí in collaboration with Krads and Landmótun receive 1st prize for a mixed use development in Hafnarfjörður town.
Trípólí in collaboration with Basalt, Krads and PKdM receive first prize in a competition for a new 28.000 m2 mixed use development by the old harbour in Reykjavik.
Trípólí in collaboration with Krads receive an honorable mention for a proposal for an extension to the oldest Student dormitory in Reykjavik, "Gamli Garður".
Trípólí will give a lecture next Tuesday in Harpa concert hall. We will talk along with design studios "Alvara" and "Studio Kleina" about starting our own business after graduation.
Last Saturday we received a "purchased entry" award for our proposal of a new office building for the Icelandic Parliament.
We have moved our offices to a spacious and bright workspace with a nice view over the National Theater in downtown Reykjavik. We have also just launched a new Instagram account.
Guðni and Jón Davíð from Trípólí were interviewed about the future of the Skeifan district on Channel 2 program "Ísland í Dag".
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.
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.
The book project “Reykjavík sem ekki varð” (Alternative Reykjavik) has now been published by Crymogea. Trípólí congratulates Guðni and Anna on their beautiful work.
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.
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.