A multi-disciplinary collaboration between healthcare professionals, architects, designers, and community members, this healing garden is part of a model for progressive healthcare.
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.
A healing garden for teens and their families, designed to support and enhance recovery and rehabilitation from substance abuse.
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.
A harmonious sanctuary bringing nature into a backyard landscape.
3,000 cherry trees stand as a symbol of friendship between Japan and the U.S.
A waterfall renovation for the Portland Japanese Gardens.
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.
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.
Ranked in the top 100 most-visited art museums worldwide by Art Newspaper, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park has grown to become an international destination.
A naturalistic landscape designed to to unify a residential development.
A melding of garden design and architecture to create a unique vineyard experience.
A wetland designed to treat wastewater while creating a healing landscape for humans and wildlife.
A whole-system design for innovative water treatment creates a sustaining and sustainable landscape for nature and humans.
Two Japanese gardens complementing the museum's collection of Asian sculptures, ceramics, and paintings.
Traditional Japanese gardens framed by a modernist architectural aesthetic.
A healing garden supporting a rural community's revitalization.
A collaboration with architect Robert Oshatz at the site of a natural underground spring.
A garden oasis in the heart of downtown Chicago.
The Japanese Garden Courtyard was originally built by Kurisu and then renovated nearly thirty years later.
An innovative healing garden for a maximum security prison.