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 New Residential - Projects from $750,001 - $2,000,000
“The Bay House”

The owners envisioned rooms flowing seamlessly with continuous flooring throughout the home and decks and numerous entertaining areas that showcased beautiful views of Kaneohe Bay. Limestone flooring flows from inside the home to the expansive deck running the full width of the home. The great room features four different entertaining areas; the front entry poolside fire pit lounge, dining and bar area, the kitchen with bar seating and the living room. The bar cabinetry and countertops flow into a custom fish tank that offers another focal point when entering the home. Lift and slide and pocketing door systems maximize spectacular views of Kaneohe Bay throughout the home, from the great room to the master suite. This home is a new jewel on the hill.


New Residential - More than $2,000,001
“Fulwiler Residence”

The owners of a Ka’anapali Hillside lot wanted a seamless integration of the exterior and interior spaces. The open plan features of large sapilli wood sliding pocket doors, travertine that flows from the interior out to the pool deck and exterior soffits that blend into the house, all work together to erase any distinction between the indoor and outdoor space. The lanais, pool and retaining walls were designed concurrently with the house. Water features flow from the lava rock formation between the pool/ spa and the tiers of retaining walls transition to a series of cascading infinity edges below the pool, which are visible from the street and entry drive. The use of stucco, stone, wood, earth tones and simple interior furnishings complements the open plan that captures the beauty of Maui.


New Commercial - Projects under 5,000 sq ft

J3 is a new tenant at Royal Hawaiian Center and offers unique jewelry inspired by influences from Hawaiian, gothic and modern cultures. This mix of J3 ideas led to the design concept, a modern yet mysteriously sacred lounge. The overall ambience of the space is subdued and softly lit with the exception of the display cases lining both walls. The display cases glow with light in high contrast to the muted colors of the store to draw you towards the jewelry. Softly stained Sugi Pine panel walls and dark plank wood floors provide a rusticated background to the refined painted storefront and high gloss display fixtures. The logo and war club installation are inspired by Hawaiian tattoos; while the logo, chandeliers and large mirror feature ornate gothic detailing to create a mysterious space.


New Commercial - Projects from 5,001 - 7,500 sq ft 
“ABC Stores at the Showcase”

ABC Stores wanted to create a flagship Las Vegas destination that made a big glitzy first impression with a storefront that was smaller than that of its’ neighbors. To compete with the noise and colorful moving lights of typical Vegas storefronts; a bold, canted, backlit “frame” stands in contrast to its surroundings and creates a “big” presence that stands tall next to a three story guitar. Since the space is extremely long and narrow, clear sight lines coupled with a contrast of materials and high levels of up lighting at the rear of the store, were designed to draw the customer’s attention from the entry. Varied warm tones of wood are contrasted with polished metal, glass and bright accent tones to energize the space. This flashy new ABC Store stands “tall” next to its high profile neighbors.


New Commercial - Projects from 7,501 - 15,000 sq ft
“Starn O'Toole Marcus & Fisher, A Law Corporation”

The Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher Law Firm was growing rapidly and decided to relocate to the 19th Floor of the Pacific Guardian Center’s Makai Tower. The decision to continue their enlargement came with the selection of the 29th Floor of the same tower, which would satisfy their future needs for expansion. Both the 19th and 29th floors were received as loft spaces with all earlier improvements gutted from the areas. Peter Starn, Director and Senior Partner in the firm, was actively involved in all the design and construction phases and offered his extensive knowledge of the inner workings of top international firms. His insights are reflected in the custom furniture designs, hardwood materials and stainless steel finishing elements used throughout this project.


New Commercial - Projects more than 15,001 sq ft  
“280 Beach Walk”

280 Beach Walk adds 34,500 square feet of world-class, LEED certified retail space to the vibrant experience of Waikiki’s Kalakaua Avenue. This iconic building is meant to attract quality tenants and enhance the value of the property as a gateway to the burgeoning development makai of the project. The building materials that most clearly provide an identity for the project are load-bearing heavy timber, exposed steel and wood composite trusses and clay roof tile. These materials, complemented by large expanses of glazing, are combined in a highly textural composition of two story storefronts recalling the street oriented building transitions of traditional Japanese fishing villages. Contemporary, sustainable architecture can be built within the confines of commercial development, while providing a welcoming addition to a highly active pedestrian area.

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