Malama Moʻomeheu

Cherishing and celebrating culture with unique one-of-a-kind works of art using recycled and repurposed materials to make a high impact statement with a low impact footprint.

Faces of the Moon
Faces of the Moon – Reclaimed copper gutter was used to make the panels, invasive bamboo was harvested from local forest, and reclaimed wood from a home remodel were used to create this chandelier by Leilehua Yuen.
Bamboo Pendant Lights
Bamboo pendant lights are dramatic for a cathedral ceiling, or as an alternative to torchiere floor lamps. The bamboo is an invasive species which Manu removes from the forest and uses in his work. Copperwork is by Leilehua.
Hōkūleʻa Ceiling Fixture
The Hōkūleʻa ceiling fixture is made from copper cutoffs and reclaimed parts from lights removed during a home remodel. By Leilehua.


Flutes by Manu Josiah
Hand crafted ʻohe hano ihu, traditional Hawaiian nose flutes, by Manu Josiah. They are made from invasive species of bamboo which Manu harvests from the forest and uses in his work.