Ki Concepts created a parklet in Kaimuki for PARK(ing) Day 2014. We had great attendance and feedback! Read more about it in The Outdoor Circle’s Greenleaf Newsletter …
Ki Concepts Ulu Garden Design is being showcased on the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Web site! The construction of the Ulu Garden was made possible through a grant from IMLS and features a multitude of sustainable landscape practices. Watch the video and see our Director of Design and Project Services, Bernice Fielding, Read more about Ulu Garden gets showcased on the IMLS Website[…]
Ki concepts has recently relocated to the Gold Bond Building located at 677 Ala Moana Blvd in the Kaka`ako Makai district of Honolulu. Our new open space concept allows our group of dynamic individuals to collaborate on all our new challenging and exciting projects. We invite you to visit us at our new location!
Ki Concept worked on 3 separate aspects of the High Capacity Transit Corridor Project including: the City Center Segment and Maintenance Storage Facility, West O`ahu & Farrington Highway Guideway and Kamehameha Highway. General plans and drawing packages consisting of site, paving, planting and irrigation plans were developed to 30% level of design for six aerial Read more about High Capacity Transit Corridor[…]
This landscape design merges the client’s desire for a tropical resort like feel with the existing pastoral character of the Hamakua coast rural ranch lands. Situated on a 300 acre parcel just north of Hilo, the home sits in the midst of a working ranch and enjoys panoramic views of Mauna Kea and the Pacific Read more about Hamakua Coast[…]
West Hawaii Explorations Academy is currently housed on a 1.5 acre site at the Hawaii Ocean Science and Technology (HOST) Park at Keahole Point in Kona. To accommodate the growing student enrollment, Hawaii’s first Charter High and Middle School plans to relocate to a new 4.8 parcel at HOST, a site that is essentially a Read more about West Hawaii Explorations Academy[…]
Scope of Work included the site design multi-purpose entry gathering space including grading, hardscape, landscape planting and irrigation system design, LEED Platinum Certification documentation, bidding and construction administration services. xeriscape landscape with renaturalized lava rocks, reclaimed water drip irrigation system design, grading, and “marae” gathering place design for the student center at West Hawai’i University Read more about University of Hawai`i at West Hawai`i[…]
Ki Concepts was involved from the early planning stage to provide inputs for site layout, hardscape, and unique landscape features and developed PRU plans. Working closely with the community and stakeholders, many large trees werepreserved and the areas disturbed were to be planted with native grasses and groundcover and adoptive species which will survive with Read more about UH Culinary Institute of the Pacific[…]
Located adjacent to the Four Seasons Resort in upcountry Lana`i, this exclusive resort style community nestles seamlessly into the surrounding natural landscape. Villas of Koele connects to the world renowned Koele golf course and features large natural ponds and water features. Following the theme of the established Koele Master Plan, Ki Concepts designed lush landscapes Read more about Villas at Koele[…]
As a component of the highly coveted Kukui`ula project, a 1,000 acre private community located in Koloa on the island of Kaua`i, Ki Concepts designed lush tropical landscapes to surround over 30 luxury residential homes. The homes nestle seamlessly into the landscape of the surrounding golf course and then open up into a central space Read more about Kukui`ula[…]
On Friday September 19th Ki Concepts created Honolulu’s first temporary Parklet for PARK(ing) Day. Located on the corner of Waialae and 12th Avenue in Kaimuki, our Parklet was well supported by the local businesses and community. Local businesses helped us make this happen and if it wasn’t for their generous donations we wouldn’t have been Read more about PARK(ing) Day 2014[…]
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