Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture designed the Star Innovation Center a house retrofit of a factory building in Sri Lanka creating a green economic catalyst and model for future sweatshop-free commercial buildings.
Sapphire Residences, plans for an Uber-Lux residential tower in Colombo, Sri Lanka designed by renowned architects Gensler, Yoo and French designer to the stars Philippe Starck.
12,000 sqm, eight storeys mixed-use office block designed by Dutch architects MVRDV with local co-architects, ACS Integrated and PWA Architects for client Moot Manor. The light-filled building has a façade design inspired by local weaving patterns.
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The first thing that strikes you when seeing the area for the first time is the beauty and drama of the site. The project is organised as a series of clusters, each one made up of separate pavilions.
Jestico + Whiles’ extension of the British Council’s headquarters in Colombo, Sri Lanka completes; the architecture practice is also working on the refurbishment of the historic villa (Phase 2).
This house, which is situated in the leafy suburb of Baddagana Pita-Kotte, is arrived at after traveling through a network of narrow winding roads, at the end of a gently sloping road.
This project provides 100 houses in a Muslim fishing village, in the region of Tissamaharama, on the southeast coast of Sri Lanka, following the destruction caused by the 2004 tsunami.
School by the Lagoon, Karaithivu, Sri Lanka: Ampara building design by Chinthaka Wickramage Associates: Two thousand Four (2004) boxing day tsunami was the worst natural disaster to hit Sri Lanka in living memory.
IFRC Community Centre, Sri Lanka: Mathara architecture, Building for Tsunami Effected People – design by Chinthaka Wickramage Associates, ar+d Emerging architecture awards 201, selected amongst 10 highly commended projects.
This new Sri Lankan house was designed for a doctor couple nearing retirement, who wanted to move into this small compact residence by a paddy field in suburban Colombo.
The Sri Lankan civil war between the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam) and the Sri Lankan Government was one of the most drawn out and tragic conflicts of modern times.
A retirement home designed and supervised by Chinthaka Wickramage Associates in the Belihuloya Mountains of Sri Lanka for Wind Power Engineer Mr. Sunith Fernando and his medical professor wife.
The brief made the project a challenging task, as it required the school to be housed in one building with classes from grade one up to O/L, a science lab, staff rooms, toilet blocks, a play area and assembly hall- which could accommodate the entire school.