Pakalana Sanctuary: The Bamboo House on the Big Island of Hawaii

Kamuela, HI United States

Pakalana Sanctuary

 

Project Description

For a Virtual Tour and listing of the green construction products we used at Pakalana Sanctuary visit our Green Building Products page on our website at www.pakalanasanctuary.com/green-building-products/

Construction has a vast impact on the environment and our health, especially in Hawaii where we have over 150 distinct ecosystems. We made a conscious effort to obtain quality environmentally sound products as well as ensuring the appropriate protocol for green building was followed during the construction. In addition to green construction, we were consciously aware during the entire process about resources and recycling.

Pakalana Sanctuary is a premier luxury vacation and retreat property is nestled in the exclusive beachfront community of Puako on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island. The Ohana (family) style atmosphere is created by the unique design and layout of the Ecoconscious Hales, fused with Asian Landscape and Balinesian Decor.

Learn more about Bamboo Green Pre-fabricated Homes visit Bamboo Living at

http://www.bambooliving.com

 

Project Details

Pakalana Sanctuary: The Bamboo House on the Big Island of Hawaii
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    David Sands, AIA, Chief Architect Co-founder of Bamboo Living; Carrie Branovan President Bamboo Living Homes
 
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    7,000 sq ft
 
 

Specified Products

Bamboo Living Bamboo Green Pre-Fab Home

At Pakalana, we have a 4 Bamboo structures (Main House and 3 units) all connected by walkways and decking.

Bamboo Living offers bamboo home building options to suit every budget and lifestyle. They range from the Bamboo Commons Collection (starting at $60 per square foot), to the Sands Signature Collection (from $80 per square foot), to the Custom Bamboodist (starting at $100 per square foot) and Eco Villages, for multi-dwelling communities. The collections were designed by architect and company co-founder David Sands, AIA, a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED-AP).

For further information, visit Bamboo Living’s website www.bambooliving.com

 
 

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