sri lankan architecture


Milroy Perera Associates have recently unveiled their plans for Clearpoint Tower in Sri Lanka. When completed, the luscious 46-story building will be the world’s tallest residential vertical garden. But it’s not just about looks; designed with the help of Mäga Engineering, the building focuses on sustainable initiatives, using the exterior vegetation to minimize solar heat gain and provide a sound buffer. As a result, the need for air conditioning is reduced, with extra energy provided by rooftop solar panels. Lastly, the need for water is satisfied via an efficient automated drip irrigation system.


courtyards / atrium

ML house, rio de janiero, brasil, by bernardes + jacobesn 

outside in house, yamanashi, japan, by taksehi hosaka 

outside in house, yamanashi, japan, by taksehi hosaka 

house, fire island, usa, by horace gifford

wall house, singapore, by farm

courtyards, sri lanka, from barbara sansoni and ron lewock’s Architecture of an Island


thatched roof - historic and contemporary from all over

casa areia by aires amteus architects, portugal

house in japan

sri lankan houses x2

sri lankan houses x2 from barbara sansoni and ron lewock’s Architecture of an Island

man in front of a grass hut in the cairns district ca. 1890, australia

old leanach cottage in scotland 

lumbung in bali by carolina miksch