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FLUX Brutalism Honolulu
Despite a history of detractors and a villainous role in pop culture, Brutalism became one of Hawai‘i’s most defining architectural movements, championed by a generation of architects with utopian aspirations.
For decades, Micronesians have risked and even sacrificed their lives fighting for the United States, despite not being U.S. citizens. As they begin to retire, these islanders are finding that their unique immigration status leaves them in limbo.
Punahou’s Thurston Memorial Chapel floats on a freshwater spring, blending the built and the natural.
Two upcoming design events hope to address some of Hawai‘i’s biggest challenges.