Kailua-Kona Coast Resort
— The Big Island of Hawai’i unveils self-sufficient Hawaiian Hale’s designed as Low-lying Thatched covered wood and glass modular huts. Prefabricated micro-lodges, designed to integrate into the natural terrain. Floor-to-ceiling windows blur the lines between interior and exterior, inviting the ocean's andwind's sounds into your sanctuary. Tread lightly on sustainable soil trails, explore a geothermal heated pool surrounded by an old Pu’u micro crater with views of ancient lava fields stretching as far as the eye can see. A canvas for rewilding, fueled by starlight and island Immersion. This unique project explores self-sustainability, adaptive reuse of shelter concepts and honoring local culture and tradition.
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Prefabricated Hales, minimalist and modular, whisper tales of sustainability amidst the volcanic tapestry. Design prioritizes low-impact integration with the land, honoring the raw beauty of the Kona coast.
INDOOR & OUTDOOR AMENITIES
Locally sourced wood and volcanic stone provide a grounded connection to the earth. Local gardens, and timber integrate into open living spaces, bathed in natural light and ocean breezes.
RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS
Renewable energy systems, woven subtly into the design. Rainwater harvesting nourishes native landscape, while solar panels convert sunlight into power and volcanic energy fuels geothermal systems. Smart technology, discreetly implemented, sets a precedent with minimal disruption to the natural enviornment.