2010/2011 : Cycle 2


SHORTLIST

British High Commission in Colombo 7 by Richard Murphy Associates
Kalundewa Retreat in Dambulla by Sanath Liyanage
Lion Brewery Museum by Sheran Henry Associates
Tsunami Housing in Payagala by Sheran Henry Associates
Sarath Abeyrathne house in Colombo 5 by Thisara Thanapathy
Holiday Bungalow in Ulpatha, Matale by Thisara Thanapathy
Udayapuram School in Periyakallar by Yudish Ganeshan
Holiday Bungalow in Avissawella by Palinda Kannangara



THE WINNERS


First Prize:
Sarath Abeyrathne house in Colombo 5 by Thisara Thanapathy

Runner up;
Udayapuram School at Periyakallar by Yudish Ganeshan

Honourable Mentions:
British High Commission in Colombo 7 by Richard Murphy Associates
Holiday Bungalow in Ulpatha, Matale by Thisara Thanapathy



Judges

Suhanya Raffel, Trustee, Geoffrey Bawa Trust, Deputy Director, Curatorial and Collection Development at the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane Australia.

Kerry Hill
, Architect, one of the foremost architects of Asia and has won numerous awards including the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2001.

Ajita de Costa is a Chartered Textile Technologist by profession, heads a well known family owned clothing enterprise. He is also the Chairman of the Heritage Foundation for the Environment and Arts.

Jayantha PereraFIA(SL), Architect, Past President of the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects (2008 –2009).

Trustee Archt. Channa Daswatte and Archt. C. Anjalendran joined the judges to help facilitate effective on-site Technical and Physical Reviews.
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