After facing devastating tsunami damage, Kona Village, A Rosewood Resort sat silent for over a decade until it reopened its doors in July. The restoration of the 81-acre resort spanned seven years, an undertaking led by design firm NICOLEHOLLIS based in San Francisco.
Hollis and her team created a cohesive architectural and finish palette. The use of wire brushed oak wood floors, thatched roofs made of recycled materials, Douglas fir tongue and groove walls and ceilings, textural basalt flooring, and weathered cypress exteriors elicit a natural yet striking quality throughout the property.
C2C Designs worked closely with the team from NICOLEHOLLIS to custom produced the
Custom casegoods and seating produced by C2C Designs.