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Anjalendran did his architectural B.Sc in Sri Lanka (1973), and completed his post-graduate diploma (1976) and a research masters (1979) in spatial morphology at University College London. Returning to Sri Lanka, he next practiced architecture off his mother’s veranda, but did errands of apprenticeship for the grandmaster of Sri Lankan contemporary architecture, Geoffrey Bawa, for ten years for no fee, where he learned by watching the master solve the dilemmas encountered by modern life and architecture. Surrounded by circumstances of war, following his natural inclinations he embarked on projects which were utilitarian, but still retained an aesthetic appeal, perhaps better described as an architecture for everyday life. This is perhaps best exemplified by his veranda office which ../More

buildings and concepts

  • Guest House
    Sri Lanka
  • Cinnamon Peeler’s House
    Sri Lanka
  • Mount Cinnamon, Mirissa, SRI LANKA 3/3
    Sri Lanka
  • Mount Cinnamon, Mirissa, SRI LANKA 2/3
    Sri Lanka
  • Mount Cinnamon, Mirissa, SRI LANKA 1/3
    Sri Lanka
  • House beneath the Banyan Tree, Nawala, SRI LANKA 3/3
    Sri Lanka

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