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Group 70’s Hi‘ialoākuapapa Center

October 30, 2010

Located in downtown Honolulu, Hi‘ialoākuapapa is a showcase of sustainable design strategies.

Group 70’s creation of the Sustainable Marketplace of the Pacific is to share the vision of sustainable stewardship. The name of the center, Hi‘ialoākuapapa, embodies the vision and sets the cultural cornerstone in its meaning, to exude a nurturing essence, and balanced union between man and environment.

The design center’s goal is to showcase an integrated approach to sustainable practices, products, technologies and services available in Hawaii, as organized by the five main LEED categories. The center also celebrates the synergy between culture and the arts with science and technology through the dedication of space for Maoli and local Hawaii artisans.

The Hi‘ialoākuapapa center is located in Honolulu, Hawaii at 925 Bethel Street Suite 100 on the corner of King Street and Bethel Street downtown.

Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 10am-3pm or by appointment. Also visit to find out about other upcoming events at the Hi‘ialoākuapapa center.

For further information about the Sustainable Marketplace of the Pacific or arrange an appointment please contact Dricka Brown at 808.523.5866 ext. 194

Sustainable products, services and best practices are all on display and creatively explained.

Dricka Brown of Group 70 is a knowledgeable guide.

Established in 1971, Group 70 International, Inc. is an award-winning design firm of architects, planners, interior designers and asset managers.  Their expertise covers master planning for major urban land holdings, conceptual design and development of resort communities and housing developments locally and abroad.  In addition, the full service agency offers comprehensive support for commercial, educational and medical facilities.

Group 70 offers expertise in the planning and design of sustainable and culturally appropriate developments.

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