Read About Hawaiian Retreat Hale Mau’u on Dezeen

“Shallow-gabled roofs allow the pavilions of this holiday home by Walker Warner Architects to embrace the gentle volcanic slope of Hawaii’s Big Island.

The vacation property is named Hale Mau’u—hale means house in Hawaiian, and mau’u is a type of native grass.

It sits on the western shore of the archipelago’s largest island, which has a very different landscape to the tropical rainforests typically associated with Hawaii.

‘For anyone who has never visited Hawaii’s Big Island, it can be surprising to discover that a vast arid plain occupies a significant portion of its western side, sloping gently down from the Hualalai Mountain to the coastline,’ said Walker Warner Architects.”

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