From Multifamily Executive:
Architecture, interior design, and planning firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz announces the completion of the second residential condominium tower in Honolulu's Ward Village. Dubbed Anaha—which translates to "reflection of light" in Hawaiian—the tower is a residential cornerstone of the Howard Hughes Corp.–developed, cosmopolitan Hawaiian complex.
The tower's most novel feature—a glass-bottomed, saltwater pool—extends 15 feet off the edge of the building's seventh floor. Supported by cantilevers, the 75-foot-long swimming pool is the first of its kind in Hawaii and offers sweeping views of the coast and downtown Honolulu. The pool was conceptualized by Surfacedesign, the project's landscape architects.