Island Residence

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Award Year
2016
Architect Name
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Project Name
Island Residence
Description
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson incorporated a uniquely Hawaiian feel that is both welcoming and unassuming into this award winning island residence.
Project City
Honolulu
Project State
Hawaii
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