A representative figure of architecture in Sri Lanka Geoffrey Bawa was a virtuoso in the art of crafting a ‘paradise’. The works that he created until his death in 2003 have been an inspiration to architects not only in Sri Lanka but throughout Asian countries. Born in 1919, Bawa's work embodied Sri Lanka’s history at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. This publication focuses on two of his own houses: his regular house in Colombo and his country house in Bentota.
84 pages, 26 x 36 cm, softcover, Ada Edita Global Architecture (Tokyo).