Kaimuki Christian School

There were two different colors used on separate concrete masonry blocks to develop a unique building style. The architect, Group 70 International, used both 4" and 8" burnished and split face blocks. The color scheme consisted of Mesa Buff and Cocoa which blended with the existing church building. Also, the new building structure was treated with a graffiti proof application for the first 10 feet above the ground level.

Project Information


Kaimuki Christian School


1117 Koko Head Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816

Design Architect

Group 70 International

Masonry Contractor


Featured Materials

Colored and textured CMU block
Burnished and split face block


Graffiti proof treatment