Craig Steely Architecture occupy designed Lavaflow 7, a condominium on the Sizable Island of Hawaii.
From the architect:
Positioned on five acres of dense Ohia woodland, this solid-in-station concrete condominium frames indoor and outdoor dwelling spaces along with views of the woodland, the sky, and the coastline. It continues our exploration of a reductive structure that enhances the journey of dwelling on this compelling atmosphere.
The major plan of the dwelling is a concrete beam, 140 foot prolonged, 48 gallop mountainous x 12 gallop huge running the length of the building with simplest three quick concrete partitions supporting it along its huge span. The concrete beam enables for wide spans of uninterrupted glass and covered outdoor condominium, growing a permeable edge between the man-made and nature, lengthen the sensation of dwelling in the Ohia woodland.
Architects: Craig Steely Architecture
Photography: Bruce Damonte