3 Ultra Modern Homes for Sale in Hawaii Right Now

Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018 by Brittany Anderson

Take a peek inside three ultra modern homes currently on the market in Hawaii. Forget everything you think you know about Hawaiian architecture because these homes are breaking the rules in all the right ways. Clean lines, one-of-a-kind designs, and full of the most high-end amenities you could ask for these homes offer an unconventional spin on Hawaii luxury real estate.


Mid-Century Modern Inspired on Kauai 

Poipu, Kauai



This Mike Piché designed mid-century modern Vladimir Ossipoff inspired masterpiece is located in Poipu, Kauai. Piché, of Studio B located in Boulder and Aspen Colorado, is an award-winning architect known for his ability to blend the indoors/outdoors in a fresh modern style.



The home utilizes locally sourced materials, natural elements, strong rooflines, and steel framing. For such a modern home there is still a strong relationship between the indoors and the beautiful tropical surroundings, a signature of Ossipoff who gave birth to the modern architecture movement in Hawaii.


Ultra-Modern Home Steps From The Beach in Oahu

Kahala, Oahu




Space and style abound in this Jim Schmit designed ultra modern home in Oahu’s Kahala neighborhood. A mix of textures and color on the exterior makes way for a sophisticated clean-lined interior.

Jim Schmit, of JASA, is an award-winning architect known for his mastery at bringing warmth to streamlined modern designs. The home is a grand 5,786 sq. ft. with 20 ft. ceilings, five luxurious bedroom suites, and two master suites. The sleek designing inside and out is a fresh take on island living.



Classic Minimalist Home in Waikoloa 

Waikoloa, HI


A classic Hawaii silhouette meets minimalism in this stunning Waikoloa home. The most reasonably priced modern home on the market, it pushes the boundaries of classic and modern styling. Evoking cooled lava, the bridge entryway features 16-inch charcoal Gray Italian porcelain tiles which continue into the home.

Clean, open, light-filled spaces are simple but far from basic. The panoramic view of the Waikoloa desert landscape, North Kohala coast, and both Mauna Kea and Kohala volcanoes provide the eye-catching visual interest and texture for this minimalist masterpiece.


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