In Hawaiian, kumu can mean "foundation" and hana can be translated as "work". We believe work of the highest quality starts with a solid foundation. This blog shares with you the foundation of our work, from behind the scenes.
For the past several years, I have had the great fortune to partner with Haseko Development, Inc. on the interior design of its model homes, first at Ka Makana at Hoakalei and now with Kipuka. For us, there is a definite process we follow when it comes to furnishing the model homes: WHO ~ we start with a conversation... Read More
Through a partnership between Haseko and the State of Hawaii, the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation serves as the steward of nearly 25 acres of land along the Honouliuli coastal zone. The land comprises three preservation areas, which include traditional Hawaiian house sites, shelters, dry-land agricultural features and... Read More
One of the key roles that educational institutions fulfill is that of raising the intellectual capacity of the region. The community welcomed UH West O‘ahu (UHWO) with open arms this past August thanks to the participation of the ROTC unit and band from the Kapolei High School and the Friends of Kapolei Hale. ... Read More