• Geoffrey Bawa
  • Remembering Bawa
  • Geoffrey Bawa, Lunuganga Estate
  • Geoffrey Bawa's Office by WOONDER°, via Flickr
  • Geoffrey Bawa's Office, via Flickr.
  • amazing courtyard in tiny space
  • Geoffrey Bawa House, Lunuganga, Sri Lanka by David, via Flickr
  • Geoffrey Bawa's Home in Colombo, via Flickr.
  • Tropical Architecture -  Nugegoda House / Chinthaka Wickramage associates
  • Number 11, Geoffrey Bawa, 1970, Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Avani Bentota , Sri Lanka,  designed by Geoffrey Bawa. Photo by Phiphat S.
  • His former office, 2, Alfred House Road, Colombo 00300 now Paradise Road Gallery Cafe
  • Remembering Geoffrey Bawa / Ena de Silva House - Copy drawing by Vernon Nonis, 1985
  • Bagatelle Road, Sri Lanka. Architect: Geoffrey Bawa
  • Geoffrey Bawa: Gallery Cafe (former location of Studio)
  • His former office, 2, Alfred  House Road, Colombo 00300 now Paradise Road Gallery Cafe
  • Courtyard in his own house at 33rd Lane
  • Another Bawa design, masterful melding of in/out spaces and vernacular materials
  • Palms, Geoffrey Bawa's Home
  • Deshamanya Geoffrey Manning Bawa, FRIBA (23 July 1919 – 27 May 2003) was a Sri Lankan architect. He is the most renowned architect in Sri Lanka and was among the most influential Asian architects of his generation. He is the principal force behind what is today known globally as ‘tropical modernism’.
  • Kandalama Hotel | Sri Lanka - Geoffrey Bawa
  • Sri Lanka, maison, architecte Shigeru Ban © Philippe Garcia
  • lighting & ventilation diagram of a Geoffrey Bawa design.   ArchDaily.
  • Geoffrey Bawa's Tropical Modernism, Sri Lanka - SkyscraperCity
  • Moongate, Brief, Bevis Bawa Garden, Bentota, Sri Lanka
  • love... you can just feel the [green] oxygen... perfect breathing space not only for all the lush oxygenating & life~force giving plants but the whole of the (design & decor) lay-out as well...
  • Geoffrey Bawa's Lunuganga, Bentota, Sri Lanka
  • Geoffrey Bawa House, Sri Lanka
  • :::geoffrey BAWA:::
  • Remembering Bawa
  • This Japanese courtyard has a Koi pond in it. These two architectural elements give the space a very peaceful feel. It makes me think of space for meditation.
  • Remembering Bawa
  • the best of Geoffrey Bawa - Lunuganga, Bentota  Lunuganga is a Srilankan Architectural masterpiece. It is the former country residence of the world-renowned Sri Lankan architect, the late Geoffrey Bawa. The garden was once a 25- acre rubber estate was bought by Bawa way back in 1948, which he designed the estate into a garden paradise after decades of careful, exquisite, creative thought and design.