Kumbal Geya

The Kubal Geya blends with the theme of pottery. Presents the lifestyle of a Potter, which is a traditional profession in Sri Lanka. Pottery began at Anuradhapura famous for its well-preserved ruins of ancient Lankan civilization, as scripted in Brahmi and non-Brahmi writing, dating back to 600 B.C. The Kumbal Geya, made of clay, with colors used in ancient temples and organic fabrics with natural earth colors. This cottage has a “Saka Poruwa” (Potter’s Wheel) as a piece of furniture, which is used as the machine to mould the shapes of pots. The most characteristic aspect is the bathroom with the shower disguised as a waterfall. Just move the curtains away to have a bath closer to nature.

 

Kumbal Geya

The Kubal Geya blends with the theme of pottery. Presents the lifestyle of a Potter, which is a traditional profession in Sri Lanka. Pottery began at

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Kammala

Every component of the Kammala, is made mostly out of steel and iron, and it represents the lifestyle of a Blacksmith. Its doors, windows and fixtures

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Wadumaduwa

Carpentry played a key role in Sri Lankan architecture, since sophisticated wooden buildings were found from the 3rd century onwards. This cottage rep

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