Article on Bloomberg about corrugated houses in Reykjavík
How Reykjavik's Sheet-Metal Homes Beat the Icelandic Winter
The ironclad homes of Iceland's capital city may be unorthodox, but the innovative buildings have kept residents warm and dry for more than century. For the first-time visitor, Reykjavik is a surprising place. It’s not just the city’s seasonal extremes of daylight and darkness, the spectacularly changeable weather or the craggy profile of Mount Esja looming over everything. It’s also the city’s buildings.