The architect Paul Mclean of Mclean Design has been known for creating some of the most luxurious ultra modern mansions in Southern California. Recently he has set his sights on creating one of his spectacular homes on the big island of Hawaii, and some would say it will be his most ambitious project yet. This proposed compound would come to more than 29,000 square feet of size and spread over 3 lots overlooking the ocean. This luxurious home will come out to $78 million dollars in value. The sprawling nine-bedroom mansion concept, for which architectural plans have been approved, is part of the latest estate offerings at the Kaupulehu, an exclusive luxury community on Hawaii’s Big Island. The three graded-to-pad oceanfront lots hit the market in March, they can be purchased individually as one or two parcel properties for 12.5 million or 22.5 million. The listing agent, Carrie Nicholson, said that she envisions the scenario in which one buyer will buy both lots. Kaupulehu neighborhood is limited to just 80 homesites with only 20 of those lots having ocean frontage. Among the private beach club there is access to an on-site dining lanai, swimming pool, bar area and clubhouse. When it comes to the ‘who’s who’ of speculative development in Los Angeles, there are few names bigger than McClean Design. Mclean has been a force in the high-end residential scene, designing modern megamansions that regularly cost eight and nine figure prices on the open market.