Miðfjörður, Iceland

Designed for salmon fishing in northwest Iceland, and to accommodate eight guests plus staff, this unbuilt project is a minimalistic aluminum volume, designed of two north-to-south and east-to-west symmetries, that enfold two courtyards. The courtyards link the two sections of the volume, where in the middle, a passage is cut through the entity, connecting you directly to the surrounding landscape and the lodge. The sloping roof extends the vertical walls of aluminum, to a horizontal overlay, which reflects the light.