When it comes to “tropical modernism” few cities can touch Honolulu. Its booming post-war era saw mid-century modern flourish in a way that was different from what was happening on the mainland. Innovative architects led the charge by adapting their modernist design aesthetic to Hawaii’s sultry climate resulting in an abundance of unique structures seldom seen anywhere else. Throw 1950s & 60s Hawaiiana pop culture into the mix and Honolulu is a true modernist’s paradise.
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