A collaboration between Stone Interiors and Walker Warner Architects balances family needs with intentional architecture and design on Kaua’i.
Not all vacation homes are created equal, and that is no more evidenced than by a second home on Kaua’i by Walker Warner Architects and Stone Interiors. Over two phases and five years, Greg Warner, Walker Warner Principal, AIA, LEED AP, and his team designed and built the home dubbed Hale Nukumoi. It took “about a year for us to design and develop and about two years to build,” he notes. The entry is on axis with window walls taking advantage of the surrounding pool, beach and vistas. Halfway through the project, the property next door became available.”The project actually morphed and doubled in size, which is unusual,” says Warner, bringing in an additional 2,200 square feet into the compound through the guest house.