he Liljestrand House is an outstanding example of architect Vladimir Ossipoff’s work and of mid-twentieth century Hawaiian modern architecture. The mission of the Liljestrand Foundation is to preserve the house and to make that preservation purposeful by opening the house to the public for tours and for charitable, cultural, and educational activities.
Mr. Ossipoff’s designs are known for seamless integration of building and site, elegant orchestration of circulation, clever management of views, and creative mix of modern and natural materials.
Support the Foundation
Support from The Friends of the Liljestrand Foundation makes our programming possible and contributes toward the ongoing stewardship of the property.
Please consider contributing to the Liljestrand Foundation’s mission of preservation.
A Repair Made Possible Thanks to a Generous Donation
Thanks to a generous donation from John Ike and his New York architecture firm, Ike Kligerman Barkley, we have made a very important repair at Liljestrand House. The steel brackets of the bench and rail system on the main deck have ...read more
“This is more
This is art.”
Kume Sekkei Co., Ltd, Japan
Architecture, Planning, Engineering and Consulting
Plans & Features
Explore the plans and discover clever design features that make the house unique.
Request a Tour
If you are interested in joining us for a guided tour of the Liljestrand House, fill out the form below. We will respond shortly.
The Liljestrand House is listed on the Hawai‘i State and the United States National Register of Historic Places.