Re-Envisioned 5-star Resort Anchors First Phase of Luxury Redevelopment 
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DETAILS

LocationKo Olina, Oahu, Hawaii, United States
ClientWest Bank Corp.
Size185 acres

The design team’s challenge was to re-envision the existing hotel as a premier luxury destination that employs aspects of local culture and heritage to create a unique sense of place. An existing pool and water features were renovated, two new pools added, and restaurants enhanced. The resulting Four Seasons Hotel redevelopment and new residences by partner Toyo Ito Associates is the first flagship project in a broader redevelopment intended to raise the profile of the Ko Olina region.

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