HAWAII WILDLIFE CENTER
Our third case study features the Hawaii Wildlife Center designed by AIA members at Ruhl Walker Architects, a Boston-based firm that has made pro bono service an integral part of design practice. As Hawaii’s first wildlife recovery center, the facility consists of three integrated and sustainably designed components: a wildlife care and response facility, an interpretive and outreach lanai and
garden, and an open-air education pavilion.
“A small design firm like ours can benefit from doing good deeds: it opens up other opportunities you would not get otherwise.” – William Ruhl AIAEducation Pavilion | Linda Elliott | William Ruhl | Sandra Baron | Grant Scott | Hawaii | Wildlife Center | Ruhl Walker Architects | Sustainable Design | AIA