Danish architects introduced the style of stone buildings to Reykjavík during the 18th century. With the abundance of rocks on Iceland, you would expect this to be a prominent building material. It is not. One handsome yet overlooked example is at Pósthússtræti 3. It was a primary school when constructed in 1882. In later years, it was a post office, Iceland Telecom’s headquarters and then a police station and jail. Now it serves as a youth center. If you think the design resembles the Parliament, you are very perceptive. F. A. Bald was an architect for both projects.