The landscape architect was involved in two simultaneous projects on the Waikoloa Marriott Beach Resort property. A new adult pool and spa designed with contemporary cut lava stone and grey quartzite paving to match the existing stone on site as well as a function lawn that is adjacent to the new Ballroom Addition. The pool features a perimeter edge drain so the water appears to float right into the pool deck and an undulating infinity edge that helps transition the new pool into the existing family pool and transition grade across the site. The family pool lining was resurfaced to match the color and material of the adult pool so that they exist in concert with one another. Renaturalized A‘a lava areas conceal in an artful way dry wells, lighting illuminators and other necessary site utilities. The pool deck is expanded by an adjacent chaise lounge area created from individual quartzite stone, hand set within the lawn. The new dining terrace paving and walls compliment the pool area to provide additional opportunities for sunset dining.
The function lawn at the Ballroom addition extends event space and outdoor events. A lava rock wall provides privacy from adjacent functions and character to the space. Small niches in the top of the wall frame tiki torch lights that add to the ambiance. Existing plumeria trees were salvaged and relocated to provide the look of mature planting in a brand new space. Simple and inviting this garden is perfect for weddings or corporate events. Projects completed at Belt Collins LLC.