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Architect 2018 preludes for SLIA virtual online exhibition

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From left: Exhibition Committee Member Archt. Minda Gamanayake, Exhibition Committee MemberArcht. Manjula Kumarihami, Exhibition Committee Vice President and ChairmanArcht. Russell Dandeniya, President Archt. D. H Wijewardene, Secretary Archt. Rohana Bandara Herath and BAP Chairman, Media CommitteeArcht. Sagara Jayasinghe



Sri Lanka Institute of Architects celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2018, and to make a memorable landmark in history it will introduce a virtual exhibition on the web immediately after the conclusion of the Architect 2018 Exhibition. 

It will feature the panorama view of individual stalls, photos of products on display and the copies of promotional literature. Anyone who misses the opportunity to visit the exhibition can leisurely visit the virtual exhibition by logging into the Sri Lanka Architects website.

Every year around 200 companies which are suppliers of products related to the construction industry, and allied service providers showcase their products and services at our exhibition which usually last for four days. Architect 2018 will be inaugurated on 21st February 2018 followed up by National Congress on 22nd February 2018. The Inaugural opening of the exhibition will take place on the 21st  of February evening and  be open to the public for four days from22nd to 25th  February 2018 from 10.00 am to 10.00 pm. The re-designed, more user-friendly layout for Architect 2018 will feature a more web base application to exclusive access for public with mobile apps , including walk through digital panels, physical architects models, public lectures by chartered architects, art competition for kids with valuable certificates making it more attractive for the building trade in very 
advanced manner.


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