Today as Part 3 of our In Depth Series with Valdimar Thorlacius we present his “I – One” project. This is what Valdimar writes about the project himself:
A small town has evolved surrounding an active geothermal area in the South of Iceland. The town was named Hveragerði, a name closely linked to thermal activity whereas hver means a hot spring in Icelandic. Hveragerði is now and has always been close to Road 1 or the Ring Road as we call the main road that circles Iceland connecting its inhabitants. The town has always been considered a place of interest. It’s a place where hot water wells up from the earth in a constant flow. It may flow calmly for a while, predictably even, until it gushes forward forceful, loud and unpredictable.
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