FORT STREET MALL:  THEN & NOW,  A Gallery Exhibition 

The Bishop Museum has gifted to the UH Mānoa School of Architecture a historical model of the Hackfeld Building.  Although the Hackfeld Building was demolished quite a while ago to make way for new development, its physical model and the images of neighboring buildings help connect us to Fort Street Mall’s past and present.

“Fort Street Mall: Then and Now?” is the first exhibition from the Haigo and Irene Shen Architecture Gallery where the subject becomes the physical gallery. Viewers will experience actual buildings on Fort Street Mall with a self-guided tour booklet of 14 historical buildings and sites. Each building has a scannable QR code to see maps, photographs, and written information about the buildings’ history and context. The exhibition is located in AIA Honolulu on Fort Street Mall.

Please join us at the opening reception this Friday November 4th at 6:00pm, at AIA Honolulu, 828 Fort Street Mall, Suite 100

This exhibition is organized in collaboration with AIA Honolulu, Bishop Museum, and Docomomo Hawai‘i.

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