Spotlight On Contemporary Island Architecture – Round Top
Elegant contemporary architecture is complemented by state-of-the-art technology in a new Round Top Drive home designed by award winning Hawaii architect Peter Vincent FAIA and built by Primatech Construction. With five bedrooms, four and a half baths and 6,578 square feet of interior living space augmented by 479 square feet of lanai area, the home is designed on a grand scale. Walls of glass maximize panoramic views extending from Diamond Head to Ewa.
Among the many unique features of this extraordinary residence are an automobile turntable located at the entry, glass floors and walls at the entry level, a series of pocketed glass walls and doors that open and close electronically, rain censored skylights, floating stairs with dramatic lighting, a floating tub in the master bath, and infinity edge swimming pool with glass tiles and fiber-optic lighting.
Listing agents Jack Tyrrell (R) of Jack Tyrrell and Company and Tracy Allen (RA ) of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties are offering the home at $6,980,000 and showing it by appointment.
“The design intent for the home was to create a showcase house that takes maximum advantage of the breathtaking views. The contemporary modern design extensively utilizes concrete, steel, glass, stucco, and wood. The ultra-modern finishes accent the clean, sleek design. This project was an opportunity to design a unique home that supports an upscale lifestyle, while celebrating spectacular city and Diamond Head views. The collaboration of our design team with the owner produced a home that is truly distinctive.” – Peter N. Vincent
Peter N. Vincent, FAIA, NCARB, Managing Partner of Peter Vincent Architects, founded the award-winning architecture and interior design firm in Honolulu in 1992. He has an extensive background in a variety of residential, commercial, industrial and resort projects in the Pacific Rim, North America, Europe and the Middle East. He was 2007 President of the Honolulu Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and in 2014 was elevated to the AIA’s prestigious College of Fellows. He is a board member of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Hawaii Architectural Foundation (HAF) and the Lyceum Fellowship.