Kua Bay Residence, Hawaii property design by Walker Warner Architects on rugged stretch of coastline: family retreat embraces the spirit of Mauka-Makai—the symbolic flow of lava from mountain to sea
Overlooking coastal anchialine ponds where ancient Hawai’ians raised fish, Wai’olu Residence was designed by de Reus Architects so major living spaces capture views of Uluweu-weu Bay, Hawaii
Vacation home on Hawaii, fully embracing the landscape, design by Walker Warner Architects. The property was named Hale Mau’u. In Hawaiian, hale means house, and mau’u is a type of native grass
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Designed by Walker Warner Architects, Kalihiwai Pavilion is a multi-purpose pavilion, a flexible gathering space where the homeowners can entertain up to 400 people.
Justin Bieber’s spectacular vacation homes – including the Waterfalling Estate in Hawaii on the Hamakua Coast. This extravagant vacations Big Island house is built at the edge of a waterfall dropping from a clifftop into the sea below.
The Maui north coast is a rough surfer’s paradise with strong winds and most important perfect waves. Windsurf sail designer Robert Stroj moves from Europe to Maui to lead the design research studio of Neil Pryde in Kahului, Maui.
Inspired by the forms of a coral reef, Snøhetta and WCIT Architecture’s design for the Center is shaped around a central courtyard, providing a collective entry point and shared public space.
NOAA Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center building in Hawaii, 350,000 sqft facility encompasses the adaptive reuse of two historic, World War II-era airplane hangars designed by renowned architect, Albert Kahn.
Design: Oz Architects – Tommy Bahama Honolulu Restaurant Bar & Store chose the vibrant beachfront neighbourhood of Waikiki as the location for their newest opening.
Kona Residence, Hawaii contemporary Pacific property, USA – design by Belzberg Architects – nestled between cooled lava flows, the Kona residence situates its axis not with the linearity of the property, but rather with the axiality of predominant views available to the site.