MUSIC PLAYING ADAM KALKIN: At the end, Iwant to close this thing. So you guys can maybe I’lltrap some of you guys in it. Because it’s pretty cool This has room for people? ADAM KALKIN: Yeah, you candefinitely get some people in it. Really?
ADAM KALKIN: Yeah. The basic shell islike a container, like a recycled container. We were originally going tobring the first push button house into the building,but they were having a lot of trouble ANDREA ILLY: Becauseof the size. ADAM KALKIN: Becauseof the size.
When did you debut the PushButton house for Illy? Is this the debut? ADAM KALKIN: I took the one fromArt Basel, and redid it. And shipped it to theVenice Biennale. Then we were going to bring itback here and we realized that there’s a huge elevator, butthe door coming out of the elevator is like So we couldn’t actually getit in the building.
ADAM KALKIN: We designed itspecifically for this space. So it does open and close. I’m Adam. JAMES ROSENQUIST: Adam what? ADAM KALKIN: Kalkin. JAMES ROSENQUIST: Hi, Adam. ADAM KALKIN: Adam Kalkin. Hi.
FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA: I’vebeen long interested in shipping containers asalternate dwellings. But this is amazing. ADAM KALKIN: Thank you. DREW NIEPORENT: So you actuallypress a button? ADAM KALKIN: You do press DREW NIEPORENT: And thewhole thing opens?
ADAM KALKIN: You dopress a button. The button is well hidden due tothe public nature of this. And the potential people running aroundwith a push button could be a little volatile. ADAM KALKIN: How high is thatshit off the ground? 34?
Temporary housing planned for homeless in Waianae
point3 million dollar plan to house some of the homeless living on the Leeward Coast is starting to take shape. A news conference is
planned tomorrow, but. KITV4’s Andrew Pereira has the details tonight. Andrew? Yunji, the city is using shipping
containers to build temporary housing at Sand Island. But this proposed facility will use modular construction. It’s just off
Farrington Highway next to Maluhia Lutheran Church. This one acre lot in Waianae is not much to look at right now, but holds a lot of promise for
those down on their luck. MAYOR KIRK CALDWELL: quot;THIS IS ABOUT HOUSING THE FOLKS IN WAIANAE IN WAIANAE IN A VERY
NICE, MODULAR TYPE SETTING.quot; Plans call for modular housing that can be split into 16 to 20 units complete with kitchens and