Nīnole, Hawaiʻi Island
An ecologically informed landscape design for a residential parcel in the Nīnole Sea Cliffs Estates subdivision overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This project minimized landscape maintenance by transforming a sloping hillside into an expansive, abundant edible forest garden. The hillside was stabilized to mitigate erosion using plants like vetiver and the existing banyan and complemented by an accessible network of pathways down the slope and around the house.
Kahoʻokele Residential Volcano, Hawaiʻi Island The design concept for this residential project was tropical highlands gardens from around the world. An important biome globally, tropical highlands can be found in Africa, South/Central America, Asia, New Zealand,...
11th Street Volcano, Hawaiʻi
Laupāhoehoe Residential Design Laupāhoehoe, Hawaiʻi This client sought a design that nested a 3-acre landscape in an edible oasis of exotic fruits, native flora, and tropical fragrances. Often impacted by tradewinds, the site conditions warranted a robust living...