Punahou School, Twigg-Smith Pavilion

This 6th grade Creative Learning Center offers a gathering place for students from across Punahou’s Case Middle School for performances, film screenings, convocations, lectures and various other activities. The Twigg-Smith Pavilion holds up to 400 people, with 175 fixed seats and a custom-designed set of movable bleachers with backrests for greater flexibility. The Pavilion has become one of the most vibrant and well-used spaces on the Middle School campus.

The pavilion honors alumni and Trustee Thurston Twigg-Smith, who graduated in 1938, and whose great-great-grandfather was a Trustee from 1851 to 1862.

  • Client: Punahou School
  • Architect: John Hara Associates
  • Completion Year: 2004
  • Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Capacity: 400 seats


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