In the early 1900s, Kaka‘ako’s industrial roots emerged with the establishment of Honolulu Iron Works, a metal foundry and machine shop that would come to revolutionize Hawai‘i’s sugar industry with its hardware. Although the iron works shut its doors in 1973, this spirit of entrepreneurship and industry remains still today.
Attune to this spirit of fortitude, Foundry is a quarterly journal for Our Kaka‘ako reflective of the flourishing urban community from which it’s crafted. Thoughtfully written with a modern design, Foundry brings together a growing community of artists and artisans, focusing in on a lifestyle of intent and innovation.
Here are the places where you can pick up the new issue of Foundry.
808 Urban: 683 Auahi St.
Banzai Media: 685 Auahi St.
Bevy: 328 Cooke St.
Bikefactory: 740 Ala Moana Blvd.
Boca Hawaii: 330 Cooke St.
C4 Waterman: 330 Coral St.
Color Cuts: 660 Ala Moana Blvd.
Hank’s Haute Dogs: 324 Coral St.