A few years ago, the Danish artist Olafur Eliasson's "Waterfalls"on NYC's East River was one of the best commissiioned public art exhibits we had ever seen. It was quite dramatic and large in scale, but not pretentious or difficult to decipher. It really just had natural beauty to it. The same can be said of this new Eliason building he is designing in Reykjavik, Iceland, which seems to symbolize a rebirth of a nation that was bankrupt just 3 years ago. This is another piece of Eliasson art in a public space that is gaining international attention.