Eiganes Holberg in the final stages
Rehabilitation centre Ljósið
UOFM active living centre in process
Hotel Thingholt bistro and spa opens
The Sport Centre of Grindavik
Active Living Centre wins prestigious award for design & function First Canadian building to win the NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facility Award in nearly 30 years April 20, 2016 — The Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management is thrilled to announce that the Active Living Centre is the first Canadian facility in almost 30 years to be named […]
Eiganes Holberg the residential project is now in the final stages with the third building under construction. The project consists of three buildings and a carpark with total 87 appartments.
Ljósið (The Light) – Rehabilitation and support center for people who have had cancer and their families. Construction has begun on the extension for Ljósið, rehabilitation center for cancer patients. The aim of the project is to improve the facilities to meet increased number of frail guests. A new indoor staircase and elevator is added to […]
The new Active Living Centre will support the promotion, teaching and research of active living in a variety of formats and at varying levels of intensity. The new building will house a large fitness centre, an indoor running track, assessment areas and an array of communal and outreach spaces. It will bear testimony and promote […]
Batteriid architects designed a new extension to hotel Thingholt. The extension includes a bistro, bar, spa and a gym. Redesign of the hotel reception area was also a part of the design.
The Sport Centre of Grindavik is a powerful addition to the sport facilities in the area. The building is designed in between the gymnasium, swimming pool and as future connection with the current football lockerrooms. It is a milestone in the development of the site which will be a new hub for sports activities in […]