Kurisu has designed and built gardens throughout the United States and abroad. Our projects are as intimate as residential courtyards and as vast as 16-acre public parks. Our clients are those seeking authenticity and world-class quality.

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pond at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital

Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital

A multi-disciplinary collaboration between healthcare professionals, architects, designers, and community members, this healing garden is part of a model for progressive healthcare.

wooden gate at Anderson Gardens

Anderson Gardens

A Japanese garden evolved over three decades, featuring authentic Japanese architecture including a tea house, water features and event venues to create a restorative space for the whole community.

treelined coastal landscape with houses, ocean, beach, hills

British Virgin Islands Residence

A Japanese-style garden using native plants, naturalistic water features, and meandering paths and bridges in the British Virgin Islands. Designed for wandering contemplation and rest.

rock garden at Morikami Museum

Morikami Museum

A public park expanded and renovated by Kurisu where distinct gardens, inspired by historical periods of Japanese garden design, flow together in one cohesive experience.

pond with trees at The Quintet

The Quintet

A naturalistic landscape designed to to unify a residential development.

path and doorway at Brand Vineyards

Brand Vineyards

A melding of garden design and architecture to create a unique vineyard experience.

tree with sun shining behind it in Fernhill Wetlands

Fernhill Wetlands

A whole-system design for innovative water treatment creates a sustaining and sustainable landscape for nature and humans.

Japanese Courtyard Garden at Phipps Conservatory

Phipps Conservatory

The Japanese Garden Courtyard was originally built by Kurisu and then renovated nearly thirty years later.

Blue image of lotus flower

Healing Gardens

Our Japanese-style healing gardens are designed with an intention for restoration on the deepest levels. We incorporate the ancient philosophies and techniques of Japanese garden design to reawaken the connection between people and nature – between ourselves and the larger, timeless cycles of change and regeneration.

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