An extensive remodel of the classic Hawaiian estate built by steel magnate Henry Kaiser in the late 1950s east of Honolulu at the foot of Koko Head Crater, with magnificent views of Maunalua Bay and Diamond Head. Inspired by the 1930s work of Mies van der Rohe, with floating horizontal planes, book-matched marble walls and expansive glass doors reminiscent of his Barcelona Pavilion, our remodel brings the house up-to-date for modern living while maintaining the simple elegance of fine materials that was Mies’s hallmark.

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In Progress
Interior design by David Desmond
Landscape architecture by Steve Mechler