Makiki Heights Honolulu home built on a slope with innovative 4/12 roof pitch. Roof, walls and floors are all of ICF construction
Innovative construction distinguishes this hillside home in Makiki Heights of Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. It has an ICF, insulated concrete forms, full hip roof that has a 12″/4″ pitch. It is three stories high. There is a garage level, middle living level and and upper living level. It’s walls and two levels of floors were also constructed using ICF styrofoam panels. There is also a hip roof above the second level which is also constructed using the ICF building technique. People have came from as far away as Canada and California to view this unique Hawaiian residence.