The big island of Hawaii is home to many large estates, but this owner successfully created a charming beach front home that embraces the feel of a small beach bungalow prevalent in the Hawaiian Islands in the 1920’s. The Kona based architect, Terry Cisco, AIA, incorporated many indigenous materials in his design including black lava rock, white basalt stone, and Ohia wood supports to play off the crisp white board and bat walls and windows. Honolulu based artisan, Doug Philpotts, created a custom carved teak entry door and media cabinets that compliment the interior and original Hawaiian artwork. The construction process allowed our design firm to select and design all the interior finishes and decorative lighting. The colorful and relaxed furnishings counter balance this artfully constructed and detailed home.