The Hawaii Chapter will lead an architectural walking tour through a neighborhood at the end of Waikiki known as the Gold Coast. The tour will discuss the development of the area during the post-World War II era, and will feature mid-rise apartments, as well as
the Outrigger Canoe Club and the Elks’ Lodge. Along the route, tour participants will see some of Hawaii’s early cooperative apartments, and also the tile work of Isami Enomoto utilized as architectural ornament. Buildings designed by Vladimir Ossipoff, Takashi Anbe, Johnson & Perkins, Wimberly & Cook, Bradley & Wong, and Edwin Bauer are among those on the tour.
Light refreshments and pupus will be served before and after the tour. Bottled water provided however consider bringing your own bottles. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and must be easy to remove as we will be walking through the neighborhood and entering apartment units. Sunscreen protection recommended.