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Aia Headshot 1Aloha,

I am honored and excited to recognize the winners and entrants in the AIA Honolulu 65th Annual Design Awards. One of our current Strategic Planning Priorities is a commitment to promoting, recognizing, publicizing and celebrating design excellence. Providing creative solutions to our community’s challenges demonstrates how powerful the impact of architecture can be. This year, each entrant was required to address the principles of the AIA’s Framework for Design Excellence. These 10 principles are the definition of good design in the 21st Century.

I chose “collaboration” as the primary focus for my year as President. Strengthening our impact as a community allows us to have a stronger influence and encourages positive change. Our calendar of events is an example of how hard our committees are working to accomplish this. We also continue to have regular group meetings with DPP and City Council-members to address our industry’s concerns. Our coordinated efforts with other community organizations allows us to expediciously achieve common goals.

Many of this year’s entrants are inspiring examples of how collaboration can impact a community and provide a vision for what the profession strives to achieve. Sustainability, well-being, efficiency, equity and sensitivity were some of the common goals of the professional submissions.

The diverse student submissions show a promising outlook for the profession. In addition to having a strong focus on quality design, many projects address critical issues such as food sustainability, housing, disaster resiliency, culture, education and renewable energy.

Mahalo to our members and the students who submitted work for consideration. I also want to thank our jury for upholding a high standard for our winners as we celebrate these fantastic examples of design excellence. Congratulations to the awardees.

Todd Hassler, AIA
2023 AIA Honolulu President


Design Awards Committee Chairs:
Ryan Sullivan, AIA
Stephanie Ing, Assoc. AIA
Juliann Chen, Assoc. AIA (Students)
Kristoffer Jugueta, Assoc. AIA (Students)
Design Awards Committee:
John Fullmer, AIA
Liana Takamine, AIA
Lorena Yamamoto, AIA
AIA Honolulu Staff:
Julia Fink, EVP
Camilla Nicholas, Assistant Director
Jordan Schmidt, Admin & Events
Special Thanks To:
Jason Takeuchi, AIA
Angeline Joven Mauga, Assoc. AIA


Award Levels
  • Award of Excellence – Requires unanimous vote of the jury that a project excels in all aspects. Reserved for those projects which stand out from all of the meritorious award winners. This highest honor recognizes projects which are deemed to exemplify excellence of architectural design on all levels of analysis, and exemplify the highest standards to which AIA members aspire.
  • Award of Merit – Requires consensus from the jury that a project is deserving for a high quality of work overall. Granted to projects which display a high standard of architectural quality and design.
  • Honorable Mention – Responds to notable achievements in one or more particular project aspects; area(s) that stood out, as agreed through consensus by the jury


Project Categories

Projects are submitted and judged in one of our seven categories. The number of projects awarded in each category and the award level (Excellence, Merit, Honorable Mention) shall be determined by the jury.

  • Residential – Completed projects including single-family residential; multi-family residential; residential housing community planning; and residential renovations, additions and historic preservation. Residential projects of various sizes and scope are welcome as long as the project involved substantial exterior alterations.
  • Commercial/Industrial – Completed projects including public and private developments of a commercial nature comprising retail, industrial, manufacturing, and hospitality. Commercial renovations, historic preservation, adaptive reuse as well as new construction projects are eligible.
  • Institutional – Completed projects including public and private developments of an institutional nature; K-12 and higher education; recreational facilities/ parks, hospitals and medical facilities and utilities.
  • Interior Architecture – Completed projects involving substantial interior and minimal exterior alterations. Examples of projects falling in this category are, but not limited to, tenant improvements and new tenant spaces within an existing (or by others and/or previously completed) exterior shell/space. Also includes residential interior renovations with minimal exterior improvement.
  • Unbuilt – Unbuilt entries may include any project that is either commissioned (client sponsored) or intended for construction, or purely theoretical work not intended for construction, submitted individually (by AIA or Assoc. AIA), as a team or firm. The jury will review and select entries in this category based on creativity, originality, power and potential of the ideas presented.
  • Distinctive Detail – Created to honor individual building components and design features that on built projects until now may not have been recognized for overall achievement. Whether it be a prominent façade, a grand staircase, or a custom piece of furniture, the Distinctive Detail Award celebrates the craftsmanship, attention to detail, and spirit of innovation expressed by architectural elements big and small.
  • Community Impact Award – Recognizes projects that are designed to remove barriers and burdens, physical or abstract, empowering and enabling people to gather, connect, live, and function to their highest potential, ultimately bringing a community together. This award is unique in that it relies on the experiences of end users. Entries must demonstrate significant social impact.


Meet the Jurors – Professional Categories

Aia Headshot 3Jessica Figenholtz, AIA, LEED AP (AIA Charlotte), Associate Principal, Perkins & Will

As Associate Principal and Practice Leader in the higher education sector at Perkins & Will, Jessica is focused on enhancing learning experiences and outcomes in the rapidly evolving education landscape for institutions across the country. Jessica’s curiosity constantly drives her to ask questions and promote dialogue, allowing her to empathetically engage with stakeholders to ensure their voices are heard in an authentic manner. Having served on the AIA Chicago Board of Directors for over 8 years, and as President of AIA Chicago in 2021, she co-led several initiatives to foster professional growth for members, drive the conversation around equity, inclusion and diversity, as well as chair the chapter’s first strategic planning effort in over 20 years.

Aia Headshot 7Louis Fung, AIA, (AIA Honolulu), Principal, FAI Architects

Louis is the Founder and Principal of FAI Architects. As an accomplished architect, he has completed numerous projects all over the world, from the Pacific coast to the continents of Europe, Asia, and Africa, winning various national and local awards for design and preservation efforts. Louis remains engaged in the design of every project, ensuring a personal relationship with each client from start to finish. He continues to lead FAI with zeal and enthusiasm, intentionally cultivating a balance of cultures and repertoires with each new project. Louis has served as President of AIA Honolulu Chapter, AIA Hawaii State Council, AIA Northwest, and Pacific Region Director, and AIA National Strategic Councilor.

Aia Headshot 4Hazel Go, AIA (AIA Honolulu), Associate and Project Architect, WCIT Architecture

A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Hazel is an architect with design and architectural expertise gained from working on local, national, and international projects in New York City, Washington, D.C. and now in Honolulu with WCIT Architecture. Her experience working on a broad range of project typologies and scales over the last 18 years has contributed to her attention to detail, efficiency, forward thinking and flexible management style, and a design process grounded in the outdoor environment, the human experience of place, and story-telling; while her love of nature – animals, plants, and the ocean – provides a constant source of inspiration.

Aia Headshot 6Chris Hong, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP (AIA Honolulu), Principal, Chris Hong Design LLC

Chris oversees projects ranging from commercial and institutional facilities to healthcare architecture while specializing in project innovation and rebranding with an emphasis on sustainability and integrated collaboration. Born and raised in Honolulu, he started his own firm after spending time as an Associate at Group 70 International and NBBJ Seattle. Chris is a dedicated mentor with nearly 18 years of volunteer service to his profession. He currently serves as Board of Trustees for the Historic Hawaii Foundation and is a Past President of the American Institute of Architects, Honolulu Chapter, the Hawaii Architecture Foundation, and serves on Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s Dean’s Leadership Council. He is a licensed architect in Hawaii and Washington and received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Cal Poly San Louis Obispo.

Aia Headshot 5Michael Lee, RA, NCARB, LEED AP (Seattle), Principal, Bench Dog Architects

As a co-founder of Bench Dog Architects, Michael has established a wide range of design expertise in retail, urban master planning and mixed-use projects across North America, China, and the Middle East. His expertise is in creative placemaking and designing successful commercial environments. With a passion for design, Michael excels in establishing a strong design concept from the start, providing direction, and instilling a sense of place that connects with the user. He blends function, economics, and aesthetics, maximizing a project’s components to reach its full potential. Michael is a member of The Urban Land Institute and is a Co-Vice chair of the Redevelopment and Reuse Product Council.


Meet the Jurors – Student Categories

Aia Headshot 8Katherine MacNeil, AIA, LEED AP (AIA Honolulu), Principal, G70

Katie is a Principal with over 23 years of experience. She specializes in full-service design with client engagements from vision through realization and is recognized for her capacity for complex projects. By employing creative strategies, leveraging technical expertise, and building collaborative networks, Katie focuses her teams on securing client satisfaction. Her thoroughness in all phases results in a continuity of design that realizes the vision in the execution. She is a proponent for a built environment that delights, one that serves the community and the environment.

Aia Headshot 2Ken Nukui, AIA, WELL AP, LEED AP (AIA Honolulu), 1st Class Registered Architect (Japan) | Associate Principal, G70

Ken is a committed architect with over 18 years of experience based in Los Angeles, Tokyo and Honolulu. He is a unique and exemplary designer who has constantly challenged himself with a unique desire for exploration beyond the mainstream. He approaches every problem as an opportunity to generate new ideas. This self-prescribed challenge has been accompanied by his strong commitment to research methodically, resolve design decisions meticulously, and receive critique unassumingly

Aia HeadshotNeu-Wa O’Neill, AIA (AIA Honolulu), Project Architect/ Manager, Senior Associate, AHL

Neu-Wa is an architect and project manager with over 15 years of experience, and a Senior Associate at AHL. He has an international portfolio across multiple project types. Prior to joining AHL, he worked for six years with Multiply Architects in Singapore, as well as for Zarch Collaboratives in Singapore, Dubbledam Architects in Toronto, Canada, and Neil Erickson Architects in Hilo, HI. While in Singapore, NeuWa was a founding member of Friends of the Rail Corridor, a grassroots advocacy group that was instrumental in the preservation of a 45-kilometer-long former rail line, and its conversion to a national park.


Island Studio – Award of Excellence, Residential
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“Strong, clear architectural and structural parti aligned with a unique program as a residence and artist gathering space. Featuring an elegant roof grounded in a modern interpretation of Hawaiian culture, this project embodies the quintessential Hawaiian island bungalow with its openness to the outdoors, forms inspired by Hawaiian culture, regenerative and sustainable initiatives, and material considerations its proximity to the ocean.” — Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Nic Lehoux

Firm: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Contractor: Armstrong Builders
Location: Honolulu, Oʻahu, Hawai‘i

Island Studio is a flexible environment- a guesthouse, creative studio, and gathering place – for the homeowners to pursue varied creative endeavors and host visitors. The studio is located across a path from the homeowner’s main residence on O‘ahu’s south shore.

While situated within a dense residential neighborhood, the design embraces indoor/outdoor living and interweaves the homeowner’s passion for art and agriculture with open, light-filled volumes to create a sense of abundance. Island Studio includes private guest quarters, artist workspaces and offices that support the homeowner’s art foundation, and support areas for large gatherings.

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“This project takes full advantage of its unique site conditions. The design skillfully blends various program elements with striking forms to create a light airy and connected environment for creativity. The careful attention to detailing and material selection connects the project to the environment in a modern way while acknowledging the indigenous legacy of the place.” —Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Nic Lehoux

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Photo: Nic Lehoux

Project materials are inspired and influenced by the homeowner’s diverse interests and the studio’s oceanfront location. The soaring pavilion roof is constructed with hand-shaped Douglas fir glulam beams, utilizing carpentry techniques that recall traditional Hawaiian canoe building. Durable exterior materials, including cedar siding, metal roofing, and stainless-steel flashing, were selected to withstand the corrosive marine environment. Along the studio’s southern side, growing rods support a range of climbing vegetables while creating a shaded breezeway outside the studio. The seamless introduction of aquaponics provides nutrient-rich aquaculture water from tilapia ponds below the planter boxes to a range of hydroponically grown vegetables.

“Island Studio is the result of our client’s vision for a flexible studio space to make art, accommodate guests and events that responds to the special characteristics of this site and Hawaiian culture,” said David Miller, AIA, Associate Principal, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.


‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i Campus – Award of Excellence, Unbuilt
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“This project has a very clear vision mission rooted in the ‘āina and culture of the place. It is clear the design team went to great lengths to listen to and understand the goals, dreams, and aspirations of the current and future users of the facilities. The designs are elegant and modern in their ability to tie the project to the land and community. The light touch and creativity to creating purposeful and meaningful spaces is admirable. The forms are simple yet powerful and uplifting.” —Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Tom Takata Photography

Firm: Brian Strawn, AIA & Karla Sierralta, AIA, University of Hawai‘i Community Design Center 
Client: University of Hawai‘i at Hilo
Location: Hilo, Hawaii Island, Hawai‘i

When finalized, the ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i Campus will be the most complete Indigenous language campus in the world. Since the Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970’s, “Indigenous language educators from around the world come to Hilo to learn more about the pre-school to Ph.D. Hawaiian language education cycle that has been set up by UH alongside its partner organizations over the past four decades. The ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i Campus will underscore UH’s worldwide leadership in this important effort,” says Brian Strawn, AIA, Principal Investigator, UHCDC.

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Photo: Tom Takata Photography

This project, in collaboration with some of these pioneers, is the culmination of four decades of effort in envisioning, designing, and building an ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i campus-within-a-campus on the grounds of the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo.

The ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i Campus project is focused on the design of three buildings: a Pre-School, a Production Facility, and a Graduate School & Cultural Center. The assembly of these unique structures, supported by nearby buildings and programs, frame a programmable open green that can host a wide variety of events.

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“The amount of engagement and care to capture stories heard, was unparalleled. Using the star compass as a theme and truly owning that throughout the design was evident and acknowledged. The craft and research is a solid demonstration of the possible intersection between research and poetic beauty, personifi ed in this unbuilt example.” —Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Tom Takata Photography

The Pūnana Leo o Hilo preschool and infant daycare is centered around all-weather play spaces and ‘ohana-oriented, flexible classrooms. Hale Kuamo‘o is a compact, permeable structure that supports a teaching-practice that creates technologies and resources for Hawaiian language education. The Graduate Center & Mokuola Honua facility is composed of a series of pods that are designed to be completely offgrid when not in use.



Waikoloa Middle School Classroom Building – Honorable Mention, Institutional
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“Success on multiple fronts. With aggressive sustainability goals, compliance with DOE and serving as a green pilot example for new classroom design, this project tackled the challenges and crafted a design that welcomes all students and inspires them throughout the day. The attention to detail is apparent in naturally lit learning environments with minimal glare and pockets of study space carved out of circulation, crafting an experience that will support strong student success outcomes.” — Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Andrew Richard Hara

Firm: BWRNS Studio
Client: State of Hawai‘i Department of Education
Contractor: Nan Inc.
Location: Waikoloa, Hawai‘i Island, Hawai‘i

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Photo: Andrew Richard Hara

The Waikoloa Middle School Classroom Building’s initial goal was to meet the Living Building Challenge benchmark—pushing the boundaries of sustainable design while embodying regenerative, resilient, and healthy principles. To achieve energy efficiency, extensive energy modeling was conducted, informing the design choices and allowing for optimal energy performance.


Waikiki Market – Honorable Mention, Interior Architecture
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“Very unique Retail experience with open air and connectivity between floors. Creative planning and layout that welcomes people into space. Great use of materials and nod to mid-century modern heritage of the neighborhood. Nice details and accents. The project creates a lantern like effect from the street for the entire development.” — Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Adam Taylor Photography

Firm: Lowney Architecture
Additional Design Firms: Looney Architecture (Restaurant Design); Interstore (Grocery Display Casework & Fixtures)
Client: Food Pantry Ltd.
Contractor: Swinerton Builders
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i

Waikiki Market 1

Photo: Adam Taylor Photography

Waikiki Market, situated on the second floor of Līlia Waikīkī, offers a commanding view of lively Kūhiō Avenue in the heart of Waikīkī. Owned by the Queen Emma Trust and serving as the anchor location for Food Pantry for nearly six decades, it has been the sole full-service grocery store in Waikīkī.


Pāpa‘aloa Homestead – Honorable Mention, Residential
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“There is a quiet elegance in the design of this home. On the surface it seems like a simple design but there is complexity and careful consideration of all aspects of the design. The project blurs the lines between the land and sky from every viewpoint possible. Solar tracking and acknowledgement of passive design was well thought through with overhangs, setbacks, and articulation of massing.” — Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Darren Bradley Photography

Firm: Craig Steely Architecture
Client: Gary Beuschel and John Kruse 
Contractor: Hilo Coast Construction 
Location: Pāpa‘aloa, Hawai‘i Island, Hawai‘i 

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Photo: Darren Bradley Photography

The Pāpa‘aloa Homestead is an off-grid home sitting at the top of a gently sloping pasture with panoramic views along the Big Island’s Hāmākua coast. The openness of the terrain that allows for this view comes at the expense of exposure to intense winds and rain during the wet season and sun and heat during dry times.


Ho‘okupu Center – Community Impact Award + Hawaii Energy Award for Excellence in Energy-Efficient Design, Institutional
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“This project changed an otherwise abandoned and forgotten area into a safe training space while revitalizing the entire area. Not only does this project house a program with a large social impact, but by bringing activity to the area it has made the entire area safer for the whole community to enjoy. The architectural moves, while minor, were impactful without compromising the character of the original building.” — Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Olivier Koning

Firm: G70
Client: Kupu Hawaii
Contractor: J. Kadowaki, Inc.
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i

Originally constructed as a shed for drying fishing nets, it became a canoe shed and a warehouse for discarded material – falling into a state of disrepair, frequented by drug users and squatters. The shell of a space had no interior partitions except for unserviceable restrooms. The Task: Turn the space into a vibrant community center that would focus on the education and workforce training for at-risk youth offering a GED as well as programs in agriculture, conservation, and culinary arts – a place that could be “all things, to all people.”

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Photo: Olivier Koning

Given the limitations, the interior spaces, landscape, and building façade was given a facelift. By using the limited site and beyond to the horizon, the retrofitting of low-cost semi-transparent exterior garage roll-up doors and interior sliding glass panels, allowed for enclosure and security as appropriate blurred the separation of interior and exterior spaces. This provided flexible interior/exterior spaces for a wide variety of programs that range from small group instruction to large community gatherings of up to 400+.


Beyond Wayfinding: Prototypes – Distinctive Detail Award
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“Dynamic integration of community and culture with multiple layers of meaning that ignites wonder from those just passing by to those who want to dive deeper into the stories behind the campus and the land. This is a project achieving functionality of wayfinding and perpetuates knowledge and appreciation of place.” — Jurors’ Comment | Photo: Tom Takata Photography

Firms: Brian Strawn, AIA & Karla Sierralta, AIA, University of Hawai‘i Community Design Center & Kūha‘o Zane, Nālani Kanaka‘ole and Sig Zane, Sig Zane Kaiao
Client: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i

The wayfinding system prototypes were co-designed with Native Hawaiian practitioners and designers with extensive knowledge of and familial roots in Mānoa.


Coral House – Hawai’i Home + Remodeling Editor’s Choice Award, Residential
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“Contemporary and casual, modern and traditional — the Coral House by de Reus Architects is an exemplary take on Island living, a home connected to nature and the spirit of multigenerational ‘ohana. — Hawai’i Home + Remodeling | Photo: Travis Ronan Photography

Firm: de Reus Architects
Additional Design Firms: Philpotts Interiors (Interior Design)
Contractor: Colt Construction
Location: Maui, Hawai‘i 

At its heart, this vacation house was designed as a sanctuary where a multigenerational family can share experiences and create memories. Overlooking Maui’s southern shore, with views of Haleakalā’s mountainous landscapes, the Pacific Ocean and nearby islands, this home’s design supports active lifestyles and the enjoyment of nature.


Brigham Young University – Hawai‘i Science Building – People’s Choice Award, Institutional
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Photo: Andrea Brizzi Photography

Firm: AHL
Additional Design Firms: Chernoff Thompson Architects (Lab Designer)
Client: Brigham Young University – Hawai‘i
Contractor: Okland Construction
Location: Lā‘ie, O‘ ahu, Hawai ‘i

“Science on display” was the design mantra, focusing on accelerating student immersion and interaction. Labs are open to view from corridors, the roof houses a celestial observatory and infrastructure is displayed in the open ceilings. Coral-inspired materials for the walls highlight the connection to the science of ‘āina and nature.


Beachfront Sea Level Rise Adaptation – Mayor’s Choice Award, Unbuilt
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Rendering Credit: Desiree Malabed, Georgina Casey, Eric Teeples and Gerry Failano

Firm: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture, Environmental Research and Design Laboratory; Hawai‘i Sea Grant, Center for Smart Building and Community Design; School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, Climate Resilience Collaborative 
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i

Living with frequent flooding in 2050, adaptation strategies include elevated walkways, one-way drainage, wave energy dissipation, living shoreline, beach nourishment, and wet floodproofing.


Student Design Awards

Reestablished in 2016, the Student Design Awards were created to honor student achievements in the design studio and provide a forum for student design excellence to be celebrated beyond the academic setting.


Bishopmuseum 4Bishop Museum – Honorable Mention, Graduate

Student: Zoe Angelopulo
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture

Foodhub Avenue 2FoodHub Avenue – Honorable Mention, Undergraduate

Student: Airon Castaneda
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture

Seed To Waste Center 2Seed-To-Waste Center – Honorable Mention, Undergraduate

Student: Thanh Nguyen
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture

Pixel Forest 1Pixel Forest – Honorable Mention, Undergraduate

Student: Hieu Huynh
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture


Distinguished Entrants

Huihui at Kā‘anapali Beach Hotel – Commercial/Industrial

Huihui At Kaanapali Beach Hotel 3

Firm: FSC Architects
Additional Design Firms: Philpotts Interiors (Interior Design)
Client: KBHL, LLC 
Contractor: Swinerton Builders 
Location: Lahaina, Maui, Hawai‘i


Lydia House – Commercial/Industrial

Lydia House 1

Firm: Ferraro Choi And Associates. Ltd
Additional Design Firms: Kai Hawaii (Structural Engineer); Inatsuka Engineering, LLC (Mechanical, Plumbing & Fire Protection); Bennett Engineers Inc. (Electrical Engineer); Wilson Okamoto Corporation (Civil Engineer)
Client: Lili‘uokalani Trust
Contractor: Gateside Inc.
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


Kekelaokalani Building Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Campus – Institutional

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Firm: Ferraro Choi And Associates. Ltd
Client: Kamehameha Schools
Contractor: Constructors Hawaii Inc
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


World Language Center – Institutional

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Firm: Dean Sakamoto Architects LLC with Sakamoto-Newman Architects Joint Venture
Client: State of Hawai‘i Department of Education
Contractor: Phase 1: S&M Sakamoto, Inc. & Phase 2: Close Construction, Inc
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


Commercial Renovation Papa Pilialoha the Friendship Floor – Interior Architecture

Commercial Renovation Papa Pilialoha The Friendship Floor 3

Firm: Ferraro Choi And Associates. Ltd
Additional Design Firms: Inatsuka Engineering, LLC (Mechanical, Plumbing & Fire Protection)
Client: Central Pacific Bank
Contractor: J. Kadowaki Inc. 
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


B. Here Now – Residential

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Firm: O.Brighenti Architect
Additional Design Firm: Delta Engineering, LLC (Structural Engineer); MCYIA Interior Architecture & Design (Interior Design)
Client: Joseph A. Bobich
Contractor: Intero Group Hawaii
Location: Kapolei, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


Koko Kai Cliff side Renovation – Residential

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Firm: Peter Vincent Architects 
Contractor: Canaan Builders LLC
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


Līlia Waikīkī – Residential

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Firm: Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB); Benjamin Woo Architects (Architect of Record)
Additional Design Firm: Jules Wilson Design Studio (Interior Design)
Client: Brookfield Properties; OliverMcMillan
Contractor: Nordic PCL Construction 
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


Alia – Unbuilt

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Firm: WRNS Studio
Additional Design Firm: The Vanguard Theory (Interior Design)
Client: Kobayashi Group
Location: Honolulu, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i


North Shore Residence – Unbuilt

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Firm: FSC Architects
Location: North Shore, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i 


Student Distinguished Entrants

Piko, Graduate

Piko Rendering View From Rail Transit

Students: Hana Matsunaga, Beau Nakamori, Maleah Reynolds, Austin Torralba, Hunter Wells
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture


Hale Kōwā, Undergraduate

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Student: Frank Jiang
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture


Ho‘ola Lako Pono, Undergraduate

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Students: Anson Kimura, Branden Nakagawa, Madyson Sable, Dylan SchlegelSmith, Grace Taheri, Joshua Tolentino
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture


Maunalua Fishpond Heritage Center, Undergraduate

Maunalua Fishpond Heritage Center 2

Students: Erin Kelly, Musuai Pauulu, Camryn Pedro
School: Chaminade University of Honolulu


The SU.NI House, Undergraduate

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Student: Katelen Orquia
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture


Tseng-Yuho Museum, Undergraduate

Tseng Yuho Museum 2

Student: Jingsong Zhou
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture


Umeke ‘Ai Center, Undergraduate

Umekeai Center 2

Student: Haixin Ruan
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture


Waialae Mixed-Use, Undergraduate

Waialae Mixed Use 1

Student: Jasmyn Carlos
School: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture



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