Blue Lagoon Iceland is located in an 800-year-old lava field in the Reykjanes Peninsula, a UNESCO Geopark. The retreat includes a 62-suite hotel encircled by a geothermal lagoon, a spa, and a restaurant, Moss. The restaurant offers Icelandic cuisine made from the freshest, often regional, ingredients, and, situated on the highest point at the retreat, provides diners with uninterrupted views of the landscape’s craters, mud pools, steam vents, hot springs, and moss-covered lava fields. Merging the interior and exterior, manmade and the natural, the design includes architecture by Sigrídur Sigthórsdóttir of Basalt Architects, interiors designed by Basalt and Design Group Italia, and lighting by Liska. The lighting design, focused on creating a warm, soft, ambient glow, includes the use of Niterói light, designed by Matthew Hilton and crafted by De La Espada.
Photography courtesy of Blue Lagoon