Waikiki, HI | Brookfield | 2021

lilia apartment building tower in Waikiki Hawaii inspired by queen emma and her love for the lilia flower. lush pool deck resort

Named after Queen Emma’s favorite flower, Lilia was designed to embrace and reflect ​the beauty of Oahu. Drawing inspiration from its unique island locale, Lilia exudes an ​air of refined hospitality living that artfully captures the graciousness of the aloha ​spirit. This vibrant mixed-use development is situated at the heart of Oahu’s most well-​known destination for retail, lodging, dining, and commercial entertainment. Lilia ​stands as the first Class-A rental high-rise built in Waikiki in over 20 years, comprising ​a thoughtful collection of studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom ​units, along with over 40,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail, including a ​full-service grocery store. Jules Wilson Design Studio also crafted the verdant and ​site-specific landscape design for the entire project, from the luxurious amenity deck ​to the lush tropical garden inspired by the 100-year-old banyan tree original to the site, ​enveloping the courtyard in its dynamic and ever-moving shadow.

an aerial view of a swimming pool in a hotel resort in hawaii on the beach
custom designed lounge chairs and tucci umbrellas at a resort swimming pool with fire pits in the background
a modern living room with lots of furniture and plants
a modern hotel lobby with a long table and chairs
a pool with lounge chairs in front of a building
an outdoor kitchen and dining area with a ceiling fan
an outdoor patio with wicker chairs and a fire pit
a modern living room with lots of white furniture
a modern kitchen with a large potted plant in the middle of the room
an open living room with lots of plants and furniture