This early example of the Spanish Mission-Revival style was designed in 1930 by Hart Wood and was used by federal, state, and county agencies before falling vacant in 2002. In 2007 the County of Kaua‘i hired Mason Architects to restore the historic building, which is listed on the National Register as a contributing element to the Lihu‘e Civic Center Historic District, for use as offices.
Restoration work included:
Award: Historic Preservation Honor Award from Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, 2010
Photography: County of Kaua‘i Department of Public Works, MAI, and Kaua‘i Historical Society
Hart Wood designed the Annex in the Spanish Mission Revival style.