What’s New In Art, Architecture, And Design
From art and jewelry, to wellness spaces, to bold colors, here’s what’s in vogue.
An island oasis, Ku’oko’a Kai, the Hawaiian term meaning Freedom by the Sea, was built in 2011. Travertine and Brazilian Cherry wood floors are paired with detailed accents and light that pour into every room. Standout features include a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, an in-home gym, and separate guest quarters. The lower level areas fully open to create a single indoor/outdoor living space with Maunalua Bay and Diamond Head as a backdrop.
This impressive estate is brilliantly designed to deliver the perfect balance between architecture, design, and home decor while taking full advantage of its incredible Portlock setting with approximately 103 linear feet of waterfront. Designed for entertaining and a relaxed island lifestyle, this home features multiple entertaining spaces both inside and out that flow seamlessly together using expansive walls of glass, a strong cohesive color palate, and the same rich wood and floor materials throughout.
Complementing the interior, the outside space offers some of the best resort-style living in Honolulu, complete with a salt water pool, hot tub, spa, tiki bar, and fire pit. In addition, it offers an excellent launching point for paddleboards, surfers, and light water craft. This home is ideal for entertaining and enjoying the island lifestyle.