building in Hawaii




A unique home deserves an equally stunning setting, and few places are as breath-taking as Hawaii. Boasting some of the world’s most jaw-dropping landscapes, Hawaii has so much to offer. White, sandy beaches, surfing paradises, plentiful hiking, outdoors opportunities, and a rich culture and history mean that no matter which island you choose for your home, adventure awaits.

Since 1974, Timberpeg has provided beautiful and functional timber frame home designs, from rustic studio cabins inspired by nature to sprawling post and beam homes that can be the centerpiece of your country estate. Are you looking to build your dream surfing getaway by some of the best waves in the world or perhaps you have long desired an island oasis of your own? Building a timber frame house with Timberpeg is straightforward. We’ll work with you and your custom builders and architects to bring your vision to life using sustainable materials and building practices.



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Ryan Thomas


Ahead of the Curve Design
Penn Valley, CA

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Mike Pollari


Popular Timberpeg Home Designs for Hawaii

Aquinnah Beach House (5806)

Cape Cod Light House (3597)

Lake Winnipesaukee Lodge (T01073)

Center Harbor Lake House (T00463)

Split Rock Modern Timber Frame (T00436)

Pool Pavilion - Virginia (T01331)

Pool House - Massachusetts (T01174)

Fells Estate & Gardens (T01275)




Hawaii's second largest island is home to world-famous beaches, Haleakala National Park, lush rainforests and more. Conde Nast has voted Maui as the best island in the US for two decades for good reason. If you build a home on Maui, you'll never need to go far for your next adventure.


The oldest island in Hawaii, Kauai is full of lush, green valleys, rugged mountains, and cascading watefalls. Take your kayak for a trip on the Wailua River, hike in Koke'e State Park, or enjoy the rich culture of the quaint towns that make Kauai a favorite destination for so many.


The youngest, yet largest, island is Hawaii and has everything from Wet Tropical climate zones to Polar Tundra. Featuring Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Punalu'u Beach and its unique black sands, and the coffee farms of Kona, Hawaii has a bit of everything.