The main lanai off of the Living / Dining / Kitchen rooms is the main entertaining space. A traditional king size built in Hikie’e Hawaiian bed invites the daytime book read and nap.
The space between buiding forms becomes an landscape and art event for views from adjacent spaces.
The transitional space from landscaping to the entry door and art beyond is the first introduction to the homeowners.
The main room is tied together with one prismatic ceiling form faced with Akaskan Yellow Cedar and interiors selections are by Sue Moss of Transpacific Design.
The simple mauka pond fountain in the foreground offers a different sound and the small sitting area off of the main room forms a coffee area exposed to the morning sun. The landscape design was a joint effort of the owners and the architect.
The stucco panels framed by wood are reminiscent of traditional Japanese architecture.
Landscaped spaces orient to each room.
Pocket doors on mauka and makai tie the dining room table to the exterior. The split slab Ohia log dining table tied with “butterfly” connectors is a Tai Lake creation.