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Located at the edge of the sea within a field of black lava, this four-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot retreat has been designed in sympathy with its surroundings. Like a small village, the set of six modest structures—a central main hale (Hawaiian for house), four guest hales, and a garage—are arrayed around a shared, terraced courtyard. Each structure...
Project name
Huaniwai Retreat
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
Kona, Hawaii
Photography
Matthew Millman
Set atop a hardened lava flow with views of sky, sun, and water, this family compound strikes a balance between modernity and tradition. Old and new ebb and flow through a simple composition of small structures linked by a lush courtyard and a series of walkways and patios.
Project name
Makani’ Eka
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
The Big Island, Hawaii
Photography
Matthew Millman
The Portola Valley Barn is a dynamic space, separate from an existing main residence, designed for large-scale entertaining as well as relaxation. Reminiscent of the tin-roofed, weathered rural vernacular of the picturesque surroundings, the compound comprises three primary structures—a spacious home office, a home theater and a luxurious guest sui...
Project name
Portola Valley Barn
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
Portola Valley, California, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
Hale Nukumoi is the quintessential Hawaiian beach retreat: open and casual—the opposite of fussy. Set amidst mature palm trees, the complex is ready-made for family and friends. Composed of a main house and guest house, the site features a large yard and pool, as well as beach access. An indoor/outdoor lifestyle is exemplified by the home’s airy de...
Project name
Hale Nukumoi
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
Kauai, Hawaii
Photography
Matthew Millman
Kua Bay Residence, a family retreat designed by Walker Warner Architects with NICOLEHOLLIS and Lutsko Associates is cut into the volcanic landscape to provide an elegant transition from lava to sea.
Project name
Kua Bay Residence
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
Kona, Hawaii
Photography
Douglas Friedman, Laure Joliet, Marion Brenner