Una casa pensata e disegnata nell’ambiente sulla costa più selvaggia d’Islanda
Set in an otherworldly landscape of stark natural beauty, The Priest House is designed for and well suited to it’s environment. Situated along the southernmost coast of Iceland in rugged windswept terrain, the simple horizontal architecture designed by Icelandic architect Tryggvi Tryggvason is straightforward yet stylish. Inhabiting a predominantly agricultural area, this former farm has been given new life and completely transformed into a chic rural escape.
Inspired by traditional Viking houses, the design is long and narrow, with large windows that immerse you into the spectacular scenery from every angle. Using muted tones, industrial construction and materials that withstand the elements, it’s rugged and modern. The interiors are warm and light filled with wood accents, homey furnishing and decor and a spacious comfortable layout. The fully equipped kitchen, dining and living area form one bright open plan space to share and enjoy the views.
With three bedrooms (one master bedroom and two smaller bedrooms) and one large bath, the house can sleep up to six guests comfortably.
Quiet, tranquil and set within a stunningly beautiful location, this is one of those great escapes you remember for a lifetime.