Tripin 2019 - page 14

This issue comes from the heart and
truly was a community effort. With
more contributors than any other
issue, exploring new terrains, we
found ourselves falling in love with
our little island all over again.
2019 comes with the celebration
of 100 years of Geoffrey Bawa.
We are privileged to carry a photo
essay by world renowned Sebastian
Posingis. His sensitivity to light and
the elements of design, gives us
a glimpse into what we believed
Bawa would have wanted to evoke
through his architecture.
We indulged in the mythical stories
behind Adam’s Bridge, between
Sri Lanka and India. It’s amazing to
think the evidence of prehistoric
civilization could lie right below
our waters. How vibrant life is that
above those waters we see kite
boarders flock from across the
world to surf the new hot spot.
New angles of the island come to
life with drone photographs by
Neshantha Jayamaha. His cover
photo of a tranquil coasts makes
you really want to jump right in.
Packed with inspiration, we have
maps by young artists of Colombo
city, and an intimate glance into
the life of Anup Vega one of our
more renowned local artists. Be
inspired to jump into an extreme
sport like surfing the South Coast,
or mountain biking the central hills
with Ivan Brown. We can honestly
say, we have a little something for
everyone.
As you flip through this publication,
remember there is more than meets
the eye when it comes to this
island, so dive deep and make the
most of your time here.
A FEW WORDS FROM THE TEAM
Ruby Studio Team:
Subha Grassi
Avisha De Saram
Amrita Advani
G. S. Jeewa
Gayan Deshapriya
Pubudu Udagama
Harsha Perera
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