Old Plantation Residence Provides Model for New Buildings
Building upon the Conceptual Site Plan completed by Helber Hastert & Fee, Planners, for the property in Old Koloa Town, Kaua‘i, Mason Architects prepared renderings of the major new medical clinic and office buildings proposed for the development of the site. The designs borrow architectural features from a 1937 plantation office manager's residence nearby.
- The development is on the site once occupied by the Old Koloa Sugar Mill at the confluence of the Waikomo, Waihohonu, and Omau Streams.
- The Architectural Inventory Survey we completed in 2004 described the architectural features of the historic 1937 plantation office manager's residence, later the Kaua‘i Medical Clinic.
- This building, on the adjacent property, provided design guidelines for the preparation of preliminary front and side elevations of the proposed new buildings.
- The new buildings feature board-and-batten siding, gables with semicircular vents, and lava rock piers and columns.
- Mason Architects also completed floor plans for the new buildings.
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