Build Your Dream Home

Earth and wood; metal and glass. A home is built with sturdy materials but begins with ideas, visions, and ambitions that require a delicate hand. Enter a thoughtful program of Project Management to take you through the homebuilding process from design to delivery. Then, on to the best part—calling Kaua’i home.

Design & Style

The ambiance, character and gentle climate of Kaua’i are so persuasive, home architecture at Kukui’ula gravitates toward some commonalities.

Across diverse design expressions—whether sleek and contemporary, updated tropical modern, or heritage-rooted Plantation style— you’ll find certain features prevalent. Like open interiors, slide-away glass walls, terraces, wrap-around lanai, and outdoor garden showers.

Visual harmony and individual expression are balanced through Design Guidelines and a virtuoso team, including notable architects and designers, ready to help put projects together.

The Construction Timeline

We have a team of professionals who will help you build your dream home. While each project is unique, four key stages remain predictable to completing your Kukui’ula home. Those steps include:

Phase 1: Planning
Phase 2: Design
Phase 3: Permitting
Phase 4: Construction

Questions? Not a problem. We’re here to guide you through every step of the project.

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Curated Resources

As you explore home design at Kukui’ula, the following professionals can illuminate specific aspects of the process.

  • Property Management & Care

  • Alekona Kauai LLC, Michael Berthiaume
  • Mauka & Makai Construction, Dave Iversen
  • Parrish Private, Jonathon “JP” Parrish

Ho'Okipa

Kukui’ula embodies Ho’okipa—heartfelt Hawaiian hospitality. We invite you to join us by staying connected. And don’t worry! We promise to only send you the good stuff.

Stay Connected

Stay Connected

Kukui’ula embodies Ho’okipa—heartfelt Hawaiian hospitality. We invite you to join us by staying connected. And don’t worry! We promise to only send you the good stuff.

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