Rögnvaldur Ágúst Ólafsson has been called the first Icelandic archtiect. Born in the Westfjords in 1874 he studied at Det Tekniske Selskabs Skole in Copenhagen. Although he regretfully died in 1917 only fourty two years old, he was extremely productive and his work had a huge influence.
Author Björn G. Björnsson
Publisher Hið íslenska bókmenntafélag, 2016
Format Hardcover, 26 cm