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Tropical Tints Collection

(A Hawaiian Style Series)

Introduction

Lush green forests, panoramic beaches, active volcanoes and breath-taking sunsets are synonymous with the islands of Hawaii. Located in the northern Pacific Ocean, this group of eight islands is a quintessential holiday destination. Hawaiian architecture, like its culture, is rooted in its history. While the renaissance, Romanesque, plantation, and contemporary architecture have evolved as distinctive styles, Hawaiian architecture reflects the islands’ warmth, luxury, and tranquility. A natural material palette, airy porticos, soothing ponds and native flora are a few elements that lend a peculiar tropical character to its architecture. A contemporary Hawaiian villa is a delicate balance of aesthetics and functions, offering quiet and serenity.