Breezy complicated Hawaiian home was desirous by summer camps
December 4, 2017 - summer camp
San Francisco-based Walker Warner Architects surpass during conceptualizing high-end outside pavilions, and this Hawaiian home on a Big Island is no exception. Comprised of mixed pavilions and guest houses, a camp-inspired shelter would make we hunger for an unconstrained summer.
Located on a site of a former ranch, a Kahua Kuili home takes advantage of views of both a Pacific Ocean and Hualalai mountain. Rather than build a singular all-containing structure, a architects were desirous by internal building styles to mangle opposite spaces into 8 apart cabin buildings.
“The chateau is a complicated interpretation of a classical Hawaii summer camp,” a organisation told Dezeen. “Kahua Kuili incorporates countless undying elements that sojourn applicable to century-old pattern and design, and will be applicable for centuries to come.”
A vast double-height pavilion serves as a categorical community space, containing a kitchen, vital room, and dining rooms. Wall-sized shifting doors can be entirely non-stop on both sides of a structure, seamlessly joining it to a grounds.
The skill also has a possess tiki bar, dining cabana, and pool area. The circuitously master apartment facilities a possess private outside area. A span of guest houses enclose 4 bedrooms with en apartment bathrooms and walk-in closets. All a buildings were done of a same materials—concrete and western red cedar.