Inside a $17M Hawaiian Dream Home Designed by ZAK Architecture (PHOTOS)

Inside a $17M Hawaiian Dream Home Designed by ZAK Architecture

$17,000,000 | Built 2015 | 5,169 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5 Baths | 1.04 Acres
73-4720 Aukai Place, Kailua Kona, Hawaii, United States, 96740
Some of the finest craftspeople in the United States were called upon to create bespoke furnishings, to include the exquisite hand tufted silk and wool carpets from V’Soske of New York, hand printed fabrics produced by Pintura Studios of New York, custom designed and carved plantation teak beds, bedside tables, coffee tables and outdoor suites of furniture produced by Warisan of Indonesia, Tom Sellars Woodworking and Luis Rossi of San Francisco, and the sophisticated custom hanging light fixture by Aqua Creations. New York artist Nancy Lorenz was commissioned to create a magnificent series of five lacquer wall panels for the Great Room, in rough hewn wood and layers of lacquer and gold to emulate the sea. These are complimented by two large scale transparent teak wood screens used as room dividers. This is a very special home in a very special place, executed with an extraordinary vision, level of quality and attention to detail. The property is on the market for $17 million with Joni Metzler of Metzler Realty.
















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