A Showcase for Sustainable Luxury

Hawaii Built Green (TM) Award Cover Envisioned as a comfortable, elegant, durable home with low operating costs, the Beach House at the Bluffs (Bluffs 22) integrates sustainable design principles with luxury details.

The building itself is oriented towards ocean views and breezes, offering good airflow and maximizing the cooling potential of winds. Each major room is open to the outdoors through generous screened openings and integrates nature and local materials in its design. Three interior courtyards and large french doors opening onto the lanai and pool area allow for cross ventilation and natural light throughout the guest suites.

Sustainable Design Elements

Oxidizer Unit

The Beach House features state-of-the-art energy-saving components, as well as master craftsman details, the work of local artists, and the use of locally-sourced building products. Other features include:

  • A state of the art system for swimming pool water treatment, which includes the Oxidizer unit shown left, maintains salinity at 34ppm. Disinfection of the salt water is achieved through electrolysis; and the pool’s sand beach is cleaned using contained ozone filtering.
  • Zinc roofing, for lifetime durability and 100% recyclable material
  • Locally-sourced building products
  • Renewable energy plant, heat transfer system, and other energy saving features

Award-Winning Green Design

The Beach House at the Bluffs owners and architect Roth Kimura were the Overall Hawaii BuiltGreen™ Grand Award winners of the 25th Building Industry Association of Hawaii Renaissance Awards in 2010.

Photovoltaic Panels

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