Written in English
Sri Lanka Style showcases 30 of the finest traditional and modern dwellings in Sri Lanka.
|Other titles||Tropical design and architecture|
|Statement||Channa Daswatte ; photographs by Dominic Sansoni|
|Contributions||Sansoni, Dominic, 1956- photographer|
|LC Classifications||NA1510.6 .D38 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||2009284650|
Photographed entirely on location, Sri Lanka Style is an inspirational sourcebook of contemporary tropical : Channa Daswatte. Photographed entirely on location, Sri Lanka Style is an inspirational source book of contemporary tropical style. Mechanics of Constitutional Change, the Sri Lankan Style D. C. Jayasuriya — Constitutional amendments Author: D. C. Jayasuriya. In addition, there are practical design ideas that can be applied to any tropical locale. Photographed entirely on location, Sri Lanka Style is an inspirational source book of contemporary tropical style. Photographed entirely on location, Sri Lanka Style is an inspirational sourcebook of contemporary tropical style/5(5).
Sri Lanka In Style. 7 hrs . Jaffna’s rustic landscape is dominated by towering Palmyrah trees. The residents of Jaffna have found uses for every part of the Palmyrah palm, and these wondrous trees have become an inextricable part of the peninsula’s vivid fabric of life. Visit a little village in Jaffna with a knowledgeable local host and learn about the painstaking process of weaving palmyrah leaves into 5/5. Sri Lanka In Style is a collective of innovative and passionate travel designers and guides who love planning incredible journeys around Sri Lanka. Whether you are looking for a stimulating family trip, a romantic getaway, an island adventure or a wellness retreat, we will advise you and create a unique, customised itinerary for you. Living in Sri Lanka by Turtle Bunbury / James Fennell; Asian Elements by Jane Edwards / Andrew Wood; Sri Lanka Style: Tropical Design and Architecture by Dominic Sansoni; Costumes of Sri Lanka by Tim Street Porterl; The Book of Tea by Alain Stella. Contemporary Sri Lankan Fiction. Island of a Thousand Mirrors, Nayomi Munaweera. This book explores the fates of two families, one Tamil and the other Sinhala, as they straddle opposite sides of Sri Lanka’s long civil war. Report this ad. Swimming in the Monsoon Sea, Shyam Selvadurai.
Sri Lanka is surrounded by numerous underwater reef habitats and sustains a wealth of marine biodiversity.. This book provides an introduction to the coral and rocky reefs around Sri Lanka, with description of different reef types and distributions in Sri Lanka and information on basic reef ecology. Written in a style that is typically Sri Lankan (sloppy writing, bad grammar, wierd punctuation and capitalization) she addresses topics that are usually shunned in Sri Lankan books in a manner that is in your face. It is a style that might have worked had the author paid a little attention to details that make a book well written and above. Beyond the Eclipse is set in Africa and forms an intriguing tale of a young tribal boy who survives the Ebola crisis. Despite straying from the traditional Sri Lanka based books, Sri Lankan author Rupasinghe creates an intriguing tale of love, courage and sacrifice marking him to be a skilled writer of his time. This book is refreshingly funny and shows the wondrous side of all the irritating ‘flaws’ that make Sri Lanka unique. I am very much looking forward to this author’s next book called ’Panther’ which comes out at the end of this month. Road to Elephant Pass. By Nihal De Silva. I was born during the height of Sri Lanka’s civil war.