In an interview for the Sunday Times, Dorrit Moussaieff, the wife of Iceland’s President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, describes her view of Iceland’s future. Excerpt:
Indeed, she’s hoping to turn the country into a sort of deluxe haven where cosseted clients from around the world can come and pick up treats: a chillier version of Dubai, with fish and geysers instead of sand. Moussaieff has stumbled upon a disused airbase in Iceland and hopes to transform it into a store for art collections that people will then be able to visit. She has teamed up with her great friend the art collector and heiress Francesca von Habsburg for the scheme.