PVA is of age!
Peter Vincent Architects celebrates its 21st Anniversary this year (1992-2013). Colleagues, friends and family celebrated the firm's coming of age on our Penthouse Lanai. Pictured here are PVA Partners from left to right: Max Guenther, Michael Subiaga, Peter Vincent and Hiroto Suzuki.
First Birthday Bash
PVA Partner Mike Subiaga's baby girl turned 1!! PVA Staff, friends and family celebrated the special occasion at the Hale Koa Hotel in Waikiki.
Pictured: Benika & Kana, with a few of the Master Balloon Artist's creations. Other balloon hits were Yoda, a Chinese Fire Dragon for the birthday girl, a motorcycle, Spiderman, and more.
We work hard, but play hard! Some PVAer's enjoying a beautiful day at the Kaneohe Sandbar on board the Ku'uwelu Kane Elua!
Missing from the photo: Skipper Peter, a.k.a. The Anchorman!
Year of the Rabbit
PVA hosted its annual Chinese New Year extravaganza on January 28th! Clients, consultants, family and friends gathered to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit on our Penthouse Lanai.
Another Year Older. Another Year Wiser.Max celebrates his birthday in style... TIKI STYLE!
Peter playing in the 5th Annual Pro/Am Women's Night Doubles Tournament—a fundraiser held at the Kailua Racquet Club for the treatment and research of breast cancer. PVA has sponsored the event since its inception.
Principal Hiroto Suzuki attempts a 30-foot put at the Koolau Golf Course.
Lights, Camera, Action!
Peter Vincent and contractor Max Suiter prepare to be interviewed for HGTV's "Designers' Challenge."
Catch of the Day
An impossible Ultimate Frisbee catch by Mark Slivka.
Architect Max Guenther slides into home in the nick of time. Max’s frequent homers are responsible for taking the team all the way to the finals.
An Uphill Battle
Architectural designer Brad Ladwig running the particularly difficult, mostly uphill Kilauea Volcano Wilderness Marathon.
Lupe Zarate, Peter Vincent and Jessica Holley earned an Award of Merit at the 2007 AIA Honolulu Design Awards for their collaborative design of the Milici Valenti Ng Pack (MVNP) office.
Christmas Time Is Here
PVA hosts its annual Christmas party at the Mokulua Hillside Residence.
A CAN-Do Attitude
PVA participated again in the 2nd Annual CANstruction Competition in which design firms built giant structures from canned goods. PVA won the award for "Best Use of Labels." The canned goods were in turn donated to the Hawaii Foodbank. It was their largest food donation ever!
It's Okay to Feed the Lions
Located in Honolulu’s Chinatown, PVA tradition calls for an annual Chinese New Year celebration.