Feels Like Home

In a city with no shortage of high-end builds, a unique residential development aims to move the needle on Hawai‘i’s affordable housing landscape.

Great New Deal Architecture

Living Legacy

The relief programs that followed the Great Depression had far-reaching effects on Hawai‘i’s art and architecture, and continue to spur the collective conscience.

Masked Mystique

Fantastic and feral, the wearable artwork of floral artist Noah Harders is part mythology, part haute couture.

Building for Tomorrow

In O‘ahu’s Pālolo Valley, an architect’s utopian family home is designed to rise to a unique challenge.

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The Genius of Place

A biomimicry professional’s annual walk around the perimeter of O‘ahu reveals clues on how humanity can live in harmony with nature.

Holy Water

Punahou’s Thurston Memorial Chapel floats on a freshwater spring, blending the built and the natural.

Designing Women

Step inside the spaces and sensibilities of three creatives laying the foundation for a new generation of Hawai‘i interior design.

Tides of Change

For years, conventional wisdom held that armoring coastlines was the only way to keep the sea at bay. Today, a softer—but no less scientific—touch reveals otherwise.