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Architects’ Awards Night 2018 tomorrow


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The Sri Lanka Institute of Architects ‘Architects’ Awards Night 2018’ will be held at the Grand Ballroom, Hilton Colombo tomorrow, 13 October. 

The event will be attended by Architect Marina Tabassum, who is the winner of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2016. SLIA President Archt. D.H. Wijewardena FIA (SL), Senior Vice President, council members, renowned architects and representatives of other professions in the construction industry will be present at this event.

More than 60 entries were considered under 12 different categories such as Member Panel Award, Most Attractive Display Panel – Printed format and Digital format, Most Informative Display Format- Printed format and Digital format, ARCASIA Awards, Research Awards, Creative Use of Colour Awards, Design Awards, Young Architect of the Year Award and SLIA President’s Award for the Exceptional Architectural talents displayed in the Designing of an Overseas Project.

For Design and Colour Awards, 15 entries were shortlisted, while all the stakeholders who were involved in these projects and representatives of all allied professional institutions will be present at this gala event.

A highlight of the evening will be ‘The Lifetime Achievement Award,’ given to an eminent architect of the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects, who has made an immense contribution to the architectural fraternity. This year the Lifetime Achievement award will be awarded to Vidjajyothi Archt. Prof. Lakshman Alwis FIA (SL).

The Main Sponsors of this event are JAT Holdings and True Value Green Products Ltd., while Co-Sponsors are Sincon International Ltd. and SriLankan Airlines.


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