Refereed Papers – Journals & Conferences

Tucker. S, Gamage, Arosha, & Wijeyesekera, C. (2014) ‘Some design aspects of sustainable post-disaster housing.’ International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment 5(2): 163-81.

Gamage A.U and Hyde R (2012), “A model based on Biomimicry to enhance ecologically sustainable Design”, Architectural Science Review, 55:3, 224-235, Taylor & Francis, London.

Gamage A.U ,Dayaratne R (2012), “Learning from nature: Towards a Research-based Biomimicry Approach to Ecologically Sustainable Design”,Sustainability through Biomimicry Conference 2012, 28-30 November 2012, University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia

Gamage A.U.,Hyde.R,(2011),Can Biomimicry as an approach enhance ecological sustainable design”.- 45th Annual ANZAsCA Conference ,Sydney 15th -18th  Nov.2011.

Gamage A.U.,Wckramanayaka R.S (2005), “ Parallels between Nature and design Fundamentals” Built Environment Sri Lanka – especially with regard from unit to whole relationship, which guides design composition to selecting materials and technology, Vol.05, Issue 02, February 2005,ISSN: 1391-5983

Gamage A.U., (2003), “Suburban Residential Condominiums and Comfort”, A study of low cost concepts/methods in achieving comfort in warm humid countries, Energy & Environment– Lund University, Sweden. 2003 HDM 16, 

Gamage A.U., (2001), “Architecture & Technology – an issue of condemning ourselves to freedom”- The Sri Architect; Published by Sri Lanka Institute of Architects p.29 – 32