David Robinson, Sebastian Posingis
Aimed at architecture students and professionals Bawa Staircases offers the reader a primer of how staircases are often the most dynamic and theatrical spatial elements of a building or landscape.
It is a compelling addition to the literature on Sri Lanka’s preeminent architect, Geoffrey Bawa and showcases his numerous and varied architectural and landscape designs for residential, public works, gardens and hotel architecture, with particular reference to the staircases he created.
Throughout, lush photography by Sebastian Posingis and insightful texts by David Robson are accompanied by contextual shots, plans and illustrations, all illustrating this absorbing island and the work of an architectural master.
David Robson is an architect, academic and writer and is Geoffrey Bawa’s official biographer.
Sebastian Posingis spent much of his childhood in Sri Lanka and India and gained a degree in anthropology before turning to his first love as an architectural photographer. His work has appeared in many books, newspapers and magazines around the world.
|Publication Date||4 February 2019|
|Rights||Europe (excluding Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland), Middle East, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe|