UH Faculty Housing – Proof of Concept

wooden architectural model of housing

Faculty: Pu Miao
Special Thanks to: Stanford Carr Development
Student Team:
Jason Hashimoto
Kris Jugueta
Keliʻi Keanu
Christopher Lomboy
Julia Shray
John Quindara
ARCH 743 Spring 2018

How can the UH leverage its land assets?

This project explores possible faculty housing development scenarios for a University of Hawaiʻi owned property in Kaimuki in partnership with the UH Office of Land Development. The criteria for this project integrates design with financial profitability, regulatory restrictions over land use, possible land use variances, and the land owner’s project agendas. Students developed design scenarios for residential and apartment zoning designations in parallel to a project pro forma.

housing units matrix
architectural model
Image credit: R-5 Team Jason Hashimoto, Kris Jugueta, John Quindara
housing site plan
Image credit: R-5 Team Jason Hashimoto, Kris Jugueta, John Quindara
housing model
Image credit: Team II A-1 Apartments Keliʻi Keanu, Julia Schray, Christopher Lomboy
site plan
Image credit: Team II A-1 Apartments Keliʻi Keanu, Julia Schray, Christopher Lomboy