The studio spaces are based in the old fisherman's houses in the harbour. Once used for baiting and preparing fish, part of the space is a large walk-in fridge, which can be used as either a studio or exhibition space. The rest is open plan, with each artist offered a flexible working area in a shared area. At the back of the space is a materials bay, with a selection of found and unused materials, free for use.

Next door is Fjúk´s public space, with a small gallery, museum, cinema and shop area which is open in the summer. Then, further down from that are the local studios where the manager of the residency is located. At the local school there is a tech lab which provides artists in residence with access to a lasercutter and 3D printer for a nominal fee.