Pau Hana with a Purpose: Hawaii Modern

“Hawaii Modern” showcases a small but significant portion of the built environment from mid-20th century in Hawaii.  This 24-page, soft-cover booklet highlights homes, commercial buildings, resorts, public facilities, sacred sites, landscapes and other properties from this dynamic period. Historic Hawaii Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of those who contributed to Hawai‘i Modern, especially Don Hibbard, author & photographer, and Viki Nasu, graphic designer. Funding was provided by the Hawaii Council for the Humanities to promote the richness and value of the humanities—including an understanding of the architectural history and preservation of Hawaii’s past—for the Hawaiian Islands.


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2017-04-21T01:03:37+00:00 December 29th, 2013|Categories: Events - Past|