SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

September 23, 2016

Flying Machines

Image 000071590006-e600

Lance Walters

Assistant Professor

Flying Machines

AA Visiting School Hawaii

 

For the vast majority of its 5000 year history the worlds first flying machine existed exclusively in Asia. During that time a complex array of designs evolved for fun, fishing, communication and surveying and now, much like Hawaii, it is a symbol of both leisure and science. Based in Honolulu, this architecture studio explored the design, construction and use of the oldest air-craft: the kite. 

Link to video:
http://hawaii.aaschool.ac.uk/video.html

HIKINA

PALI

IKAIKA

ʻULAʻULA

NAIʻA

LAUHALA

MAKANA

ʻAʻOLE

ALOHA

MOLOKA‘I

MAUNA

NI‘IHAU

UA

KAI

ʻAWA

PUNA

WIKIWIKI

KAHUNA

ʻUMEKE

HONU

NIU

HEMA

PAʻAKAI

ʻŌMAʻOMAʻO

ʻILI

MOKU

WAIWAI

ʻAHI

ʻŌLELO

HOʻOKUPU

PONI

LOKO IʻA

WAILELE

LANI

MAKANI

MOMONA

KEIKI

ʻUALA

ALI‘I

WAI

KAHAWAI

‘ĀINA

AKUA

ʻALANI

KAMA‘ĀINA

ʻULU

KUAHIWI

IKI

KANAKA

MAU LOA

IMU

HAOLE

LIMU

KAHAKAI

LOʻI

HULA

PŌHAKU

PUKA

PILI

POLŪ

PUKAANIANI

HELE

HO‘OKIPA

HO‘OLOHE

KAUPOKU

I MUA

HO‘OPONO

AUPUNI

ʻAKAU

INOA

LĀNA‘I

HALE

AHU

LEI

HAU‘OLI

ʻUPENA

MAHINA

HAWAI‘I

O‘AHU

KALO

HOKU

KUPUNA

MAIʻA

ʻŌ ʻŌ

ʻĀKALA

UAHI

LĀHUI

UILA

KOMOHANA

ʻAE

MAIKA‘I

ʻILIʻILI

AHUPUA‘A

MALIHINI

KOHOLĀ

POKO

MAU

LOULU

HĀLAU