Hale Kilo Hawaii Tiny House Project

Hale Kilo I’a is a unique twist on Hawaiian and modern architecture. Hale Kilo I’a is a collaborative project between H1 Construction & Fujita+Netski Architecture (together called H1+FN Design Collaborative). Playing with the idea of dual structures & the use of a creative wall, this project creates a private oasis right in the heart of Kailua. These humble structures work at creating a unique tension that is meant to always excite guests with shape, form, & color. In this video, we tour through the structures with the architect, interior design, builder, & homeowner.

H1+FN Design Build Collaborative | Hale Kilo I’a | Kailua, Hawaii from Chibi Moku on Vimeo.

Tiny House (sleep pod) – 400 sf
Sleep pod lanai – 200 sf

Main house (live pod) – 896 sf
Live pod Lanai – 192 sf

Also…there is one technical thing I should mention. The tiny structure has a room w/ wiring and everything for a kitchen. It just was not finished yet, so it is hidden in the video. You can actually see a curtain on the left hand side of the bed in the tiny structure in 1 shot in the video. It is hiding the unfinished nook in that are that could be used for any purpose (kitchen, closet, 2nd bed, etc). (We just did not focus on this in the video.) It is in-fact a self-inclusive structure. One of the best tiny houses I have seen in terms of FEELING bigger than it is.

Movie and Photo Credit:
Joshua & Natsuko
Chibi Moku
http://www.chibimoku.com

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Ricardo Castro - July 2, 2016 Reply

Excellent, …

Stephen - July 3, 2016 Reply

Nice house. But “tiny”? Not even close. It isn’t even particularly “small.”

    Kent Griswold - July 6, 2016 Reply

    Hi Steven, sorry I did not have the specs when I published the posts. Actually the photos make the spaces look much larger then they are here are some details:

    Tiny House (sleep pod) – 400 sf
    Sleep pod lanai – 200 sf

    Main house (live pod) – 896 sf
    Live pod Lanai – 192 sf

      Jonathan Tran - July 8, 2016 Reply

      Kent,
      Is the guest house on market for rent? It’s perfect for my retirement.

        Kent Griswold - July 10, 2016 Reply

        I’m trying to find out. You might go to their website and contact them too.

Jonathan - July 5, 2016 Reply

Beautiful house.

Maria Bacardi - July 12, 2016 Reply

Wow ! This is one of the most beautiful and well designed houses I have seen lately . Not only architecturally but also the interior design . A class act all on its .

A great architectural project !!

Congrats !

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