E Hoʻi ka Uʻi: Perspectives on Placemaking in Hawaiʻi
- About the Book
Like the making of a lei, E Hoʻi ka Uʻi interweaves diverse perspectives on place and placemaking from published texts, moʻolelo (stories), mele (songs), ʻōlelo noʻeau (proverbs), huaʻōlelo (terminology), and interviews with built environment professionals and Hawaiian cultural practitioners. Strung together, this wisdom from both past and present begins to articulate the challenges, opportunities, and responsibilities that come with designing spaces and places in Hawaiʻi.
Distributed for the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa School of Architecture
- About the Author(s)
Kelsy M. Y. Jorgensen, Editor
- Supporting Resources