Beachfront Hawaiian Dream Home by Architects Ike Kligerman Barkley
Kaanapali, Maui, Hawaii, United States
Having just spent the past two weeks relaxing on the warm beaches of Maui, it’s no surprise that we took some time to do a little exploring. One of the beaches we frequented was Airport Beach, or as we like to call it, Sugar Beach. Not only is the sand fine like sugar and the water crystal clear, there are also a handful of exceptional custom homes built along the beachfront. One of those homes was designed by acclaimed architectural firm Ike Kligerman Barkley. The 9,000 square foot beach house sits on a lush tropical property looking out to Lanai and Molokai from what the architects describe as an open split-level floor plan. The residence was built for Jim and Michelle Falk, owners of automotive dealerships in Hawaii and California, who planned for this Hawaiian escape to become their primary residence. Architectural Digest profiled the home in 2007, giving an in-depth look into the planning, building and completion of one of Kaanapali’s most beautiful homes. The grounds include a 500 square foot guest house, swimming pool, jacuzzi and direct access to the sandy beaches of Kaanapali. There are a selection of low resolution interior photos on Ike Kligerman Barkley’s Houzz page. Scroll down and fall in love with this tropical oasis in Kaanapali, Maui. Photography by Peter Aaron.