|Birth name||Guðjón Samúelsson|
|Born||April 16, 1887
|Died||25 April 1950
|Works||Hallgrímskirkja, University of Iceland, National Theatre of Iceland, Akureyrarkirkja, and many others buildings.|
Notable designs include main building of the University of Iceland, the National Theatre of Iceland, the Landakot Roman Catholic Cathedral in Reykjavík and the Church of Akureyri; however his final and most recognized work is the Hallgrímskirkja church, which was commissioned in 1937. Many of his designs were said to be inspired by the natural geology of Iceland, especially the basalt columns such as those at Svartifoss.
- Sundhöllin swimming pool.
- Museum of local history in Kópasker
- The house in the corner Austurstræti / Pósthússtræti, Reykjavík, built in 1916/1917, is the first large building in Iceland. it was influenced by Art Nouveau and Danish Nationalist Romanticism and ornated with statues by Einar Jónsson. Inside the building, there was an agency of Landsbankinn and the Reykjavíkurapótek that opened in 1930. After its closure, the restaurant Apótekið moved in
- Hótel Borg
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