Honolulu Community College Café Renovation
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Honolulu Community College Café Renovation

Category
Education
Location

Honolulu, HI

 

Client

University of Hawaii

 

Design Architect

Benjamin Woo Architects

 

Year Completed

2017

 

Description

This 6,000 square foot dining area was transformed into a contemporary café for the students, using bright colors and dynamic forms. The renovation included new flooring, lighting, walls, soffits, countertops, casework and restrooms, as well as a new movable partition, sound room and stage, for the University’s MELE program.

 

The existing air conditioning system was upgraded and incorporated into the overall design. This 1.7 million dollar project was completed on time and on budget.