KAIMU's History

Under 15 meters of lava since 1990, the Kaimū beach on the east coast of Hawaii's Island was once the spot for surfers and swimmers to enjoy black sand, warm waves and intense sun. Today is a place to listen to the earth’s heart-beat, where coconut trees can be found cracking the surface of the hard newly created soil. KAIMU borrows its subtle rounded design from the soft dark shapes of the lava that can be found there to remind us of nature’s force.

Find Nature.