The 1,550 acres of Hokulia stretch along three miles of shoreline where the golf course relaxes into the gently undulating hillsides without disturbing the natural terrain.
As one of the main amenity buildings, the 10,500 sq. ft. Hokulia Golf Clubhouse provides a social center for the residents of this private development. The architecture of the golf club establishes the character for the other club buildings in the future. Reminiscent of Pacific Rim and Polynesian architecture, the club, comprised of a series of appropriately scaled simple pavilions, is casually arranged as a hillside village. By crafting from simple, expressive natural materials, the architecture feels true and one with the spirit of the land. Architecture defers nature in this context.