Architecture in Hawai'i
From simple thatched hale to the United States's only royal palace, from humble plantation cottages to fabulous estates and resort hotels, Hawai'i's architecture is as diverse as its multiethnic population. Edited by retired architect emeritus Frank S. Haines, FAIA, this survey showcases more than 150 of the Hawaiian Islands' architecturally and historically significant structures. The insightful text and building descriptions are presented in the context of Hawaii's colorful political, economic, and social history. Over 250 color photographs complement selected biographies, appendices, and index of architects, buildings, and styles.
Hardcover: 184 pages
Text by Rob Sandler and Julie Mehta