Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat designed by Walker Warner Architects is the quintessential Hawaiian house: open, casual, and unfussy. The house surrounded by palm trees, add privacy along the entrance. Also, has a backyard with a swimming pool that overlooks the ocean and a popular public beach. Hence, it offers a very stunning views of ocean and creates a beautiful artwork which is harmonious with nature.

The main house and adjacent guest house both L-shaped structures – feature pigmented, board-formed concrete base structures, with dark timber cladding the upper portions. The 3,200 – square – foot main house is composed of a single-story pavilion adjoining a two-story volume. The kitchen equipped to support parties and large family gatherings. Besides, a connected indoor – outdoor room provides space for an outdoor bar, sitting area, and outdoor grill. Furnishings are modest and comfy, providing ship-like efficiency.

The two-story, 2,839 – square – foot guest house features all of the functionality of the main house without duplicating spaces. Largely devoted to bedrooms, the living and kitchen areas are modest; the five bedrooms arrayed between the two floors. Upstairs, there’s also a recreation room with a pool table, bar, gym, and a covered porch. Outside, a copper mesh rain screen adds a layer of privacy on the park side of the home, while artfully helping to mitigate run-off from the roof.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat surrounded by palm trees and green grass. So, it creates the open and fresh spaces for the house.
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Besides, the low-pitched roofs reach out to provide deep overhangs offering semi-protected transition spaces between inside to outside.
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
This indoor – outdoor room sits next to a patio, or lanai, which furnished with two large couches and overlooks the pool.
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Inside of this Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat, ceilings are covered in timber to match the exposed beams visible on the undersides of the eaves.
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Living area furnishings such as large sofas and side tables are all on wheels, enabling them to be easily rearranged or shifted to the lanai or poolside for outdoor entertaining.
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
Besides, the kitchen is with luxurious design and equipment.
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects
A cozy corner of the bar.
The bathroom of this Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat designed with bright tone and equiped with hooks and storage baskets.
Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat in Hawaii, US by Walker Warner Architects

The Hale Nukumoi Beach Retreat Gallery:

Text by the Architects: Hale Nukumoi is the quintessential Hawaiian beach retreat: open and casual — the opposite of fussy. Set amidst mature palm trees, the complex is ready-made for family and friends. Composed of a main house and guest house, the site features a large yard and pool, as well as beach access. An indoor/outdoor lifestyle is exemplified by the home’s airy design: large sliding doors and walls, a custom two-story rainscreen, and layered plantings balance connections to nature with privacy.

Photo credit: Matthew Millman| Source: Walker Warner Architects

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 353 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
– Tel: 415.318.8900
– Email: [email protected]

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