|Jill Hara and Max Kamm present their floor plan to clients.|
Cafe Renewal: Surfers Coffee Bar enlivens a once-forsaken block by Tiffany Hervey
During the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the Top Hat Bar in Wahiawa was hit. It closed for three days and reopened on Dec. 10, 1941 with the charging mantra that its doors would never be closed again. And the bar stayed open seven days a week, year-round, until early 2009, when it shut down for good. Read the full article.
Facade study (All Interior Design classes involved)
Staff apartments layout (ID201: Fundamentals of Interior Design)
Community center and retail space designs (ID270: Building Systems & Materials)
Maintaining the historical composition during re-design (ID321: Programming and Space Planning)
Revamping the coffee house, restaurant, shave ice store and fashion boutique (ID471: Senior Studio Commercial)