McCall Architects Inc.
McCall Architects Inc. is a full service Maui, Hawaii architecture firm specializing in beautiful, high quality residential design. We work closely with our clients in creating a unique living environment based on their specific interests and requirements.
Our team has extensive construction experience: we know how to build what we design and our building plans, details and construction documents reflect that expertise. We are onsite throughout construction representing you and your interests and assisting the selected contractor to build your home as designed to your satisfaction.
McCall Architects Inc. has been designing and building fine quality Hawaii residences for over 33 years.
We look forward to serving you.
Jim McCall is president and lead architect of McCall Architects Inc., is a licensed Hawaii architect with LEED AP certification, has a degree in mechanical engineering and was president of a large custom home building company for many years. He has lived in Hawaii since 1984 and has designed and built dozens of custom homes, multi-family projects and commercial and retail spaces over the past 40 years. Jim works personally with each client on every aspect of their home design from budgeting, site selection and conceptual design to every construction detail including custom cabinet and furniture design.
The optimal Hawaii residential design is unique for each site, microclimate and the client's needs, preferences and budget.
Contemporary Hawaii architectural design has evolved organically and is influenced by many architectural styles that respond to the climate and history of Hawaii including early Polynesian/Island Style, Japanese/Asian, Plantation Style, Mediterranean and Modern Island Architecture.
Hawaii residential architecture includes the exciting interplay of interior and exterior environments responding to the tremendous natural beauty, wonderful climate, and flowing indoor-outdoor lifestyle that Hawaii provides. Hawaii homes benefit from large open spaces with doorways and windows that provide natural ventilation while opening to covered lanais and the surrounding landscaping and views.
Construction methods and materials must respond to Hawaii's intense sunlight, wind, rain, humidity extremes and other factors that are important for the long term integrity of the building.