The Geoffrey Bawa Trust is a non-profit, public trust that was established in 1982 by the late architect, with the objectives of furthering the fields of Architecture, the Fine Arts and Ecological and Environmental Studies. Since the architect’s passing in 2003, the Trust has sustained year-round public programmes comprising lectures, educational tours, scholarships, residencies and exhibitions which engage broader discourse on the built environment and the arts in both Sri Lanka and overseas.
The Lunuganga Trust was set up in 1993 with the objective of managing and preserving the estate of Geoffrey Bawa, with a focus on increasing access and scholarship around the built work and personal collections of the architect, which includes the archives of his architectural practice.
Since 2010, the Trust has been run as a limited liability company Lunuganga Trust (Pvt.) Ltd and the current Trustees are:
Sunethra Bandaranaike (retired 2019)
Channa Daswatte (Chairperson, Geoffrey Bawa Trust)
Chamika de Alwis