Sited on the coastline of Kohala, the Kua Bay House is an advanced understanding of Mauka-Makai — the representative progression of magma from mountain to the ocean. Passage to the private retreat begins the mountainside with a carport cut into the current magma field. The uncovered volcanic stone developments give security to the property while making a novel visual association with the site’s old legacy. A carport and visitor house are tucked into the antiquated magma where full-stature windows exhibit the uncovered territory. As you excursion to the principle house, the living spaces open up to clearing perspectives on the Pacific. A characteristic palette of basalt, lumber, and steel supplements the scene, and an arrangement of wooden screens assist with separating the extraordinary daylight. At the point when completely open, the floor-to-roof coating extends the inside to an outside patio where a limitlessness edge pool seems to stream directly into the waves. For more info about Kua Bay House visit Walker Warner Architects website.