Reflecting pools dot the property, drawing lines of sight between pavilions and complementing the aesthetic, which the architects call “tropical minimalism.”
There is a fundamental word in Hawaiian used to define responsibility: kuleana—a deep spiritual relationship between a person and the thing they are responsible for.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Whether kept with care in a glass house or growing wild in meadows, botanical varieties of all sorts wait yearlong for the pinnacle of spring. In this spirit, we unearth five stories from the NUVO archive inspired by greenery.
What to do when visiting the second-largest island in the Hawaiian chain.
On Molokai, lore and legend are part of the rhythm of daily life, and a cross-generational ritual of storytelling remains.
The low-rise, simple white stucco entrance to Shangri-La gives no hint of the riches inside. The façade, like the reticent Doris Duke, keeps its secrets hidden from prying eyes.
Hawaii’s oldest isle wears its “garden island” nickname with verdant aplomb.
The Limahuli Garden’s ancient history, deep cultural links, and heroic gardening practices make it unique among Hawaiian gardens.
An oasis of raw, natural beauty.