I think this little building looks like a miniature temple:
This is one of a number of houses in Reykjavík that have been meticulously restored in recent years. When I was growing up, there were many old houses in the city that needed a lot of TLC, but thanks to a change in the way we think about the past ( and also to the prestige associated with living in the 101 area), many of them have been restored rather than torn down and replaced with concrete houses.
I have always thought this house looked like something out of the Victorian era, except for the corrugated iron cladding (which however, can be taken for wood at first glance). I love the splash of colour the flowers make:
This block of houses just above Hlemmur has always reminded me of the houses in the Nyhavn area of Copenhagen. I think it’s the colours and the similar proportions of the houses.