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Hawai'I Plantation Village Design Concepts: Subdivisions to Villages in Hawi Town, North Kohala

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Title: Hawai'I Plantation Village Design Concepts: Subdivisions to Villages in Hawi Town, North Kohala
Authors: Marquez, Wylan
Advisor: Leineweber, Spencer
Issue Date: May 2012
Abstract: Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.Subdivisions, gated communities, and estates have become increasingly common in rural areas
of Hawai‘i. Many community members criticize these developments and wish that new housing
developments would be integrated into existing rural towns and offer more community oriented
spaces "like" the plantation villages while also respecting the rural atmosphere that is enjoyed
by visitor and residents.
This study analyzed the evolution of plantation camps through historic documents and literature
and identified various village design concepts that made late plantation villages different than
standard subdivisions. These design concepts are integrated with basic rural planning practices
to create a foundation for the Hāwī Expansion Plan in N. Kohala, Hawai’i. The challenge of
creating and implementing such design ideas comes from past and current rural development
projects that do not recognize or integrate appropriate planning for developing new rural
communities.
Pages/Duration: 194 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45696
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