Unique color palettes expressing the colors of Icelandic days combined with typography built on ancient runes are just two of the eye-catching features of a collaborative design for Iceland's Reykjavik Lights Hotel.
A new concept hotel managed by Keahotels, the hotel is a collaboration between architecture studio Tark, and HAF, Hafsteinn Juliusson, who was responsible for the concept, interior and visual design of the hotel.
The Rímtafla visual calendar is divided into 12 parts and distributed onto 12 corridors of the hotel. Each corridor represents one month of the year, and all the rooms are linked to a specific day in the ancient Icelandic calendar creating an individual experience for guests.
"The rooms are decorated with unique color palettes expressing the colors of the days and artworks inside the rooms demonstrate local traditions and experiences distinctive for each season, like the Northern lights or the Midnight sun."