Author(s): David Robson
Part Three features two chapters: a long, single chapter devoted to Bawa's two life-long projects - his house in Colombo and his estate Lunuganga - which came to encapsulate his entire oeuvre; and a postscript which sums up the work and describes its relevance to contemporary architectural practice.
David Robson is Professor of Architecture in the University of Brighton and a visiting professor in the National University of Singapore. He first met Geoffrey Bawa when he was teaching in Colombo in the early 1970s. Robson later worked as an advisor to the Sri Lankan Government and was involved in the famous Hundred Thousand Houses Programme.