We integrate social, cultural, physical, ecological, and environmental context into a holistic approach to planning and design.
Planning at Asakura Robinson is founded in active listening. Our team of planners builds authentic engagement and trust with community members, stakeholders, and clients to preserve and enhance a community's existing assets, while paving the way for new opportunities. We help our clients achieve common core values of equity, sustainability, and long-term resilience. Our goal is never to create a plan that sits on a shelf. Through our engagement work, data-driven analysis, and strategic thinking, we ensure that the planning process generates the capacity and buy-in needed for implementation.
Imagine Plank Road: A Plan for Equitable Development
Historic Walker Lake District Revitalization Plan
South Central Waterfront Vision Framework Plan
Austin Strategic Housing Blueprint Implementation
Healthy Parks Plan for Travis, Bastrop, and Caldwell Counties
Connect Community Gulfton / Sharpstown
Urban Design at Asakura Robinson is a practice of creating enriching public shared spaces for communities. We provide aspirational projects rooted in pragmatism to clients; from master planning to plazas and open space to streetscape design, we combine innovative, engagement-driven design methods with a studied application of best practices to create environments that are safe, comfortable, and welcoming to persons of all ages, abilities, identities, and circumstances. As a spatial and social practice, we seek out connections between private and public spaces and embrace the intrinsic messiness of cities and strive to create places with the flexibility and adaptability to reflect the diversity of the many people who use our public spaces.
Brush Square Master Plan
Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Westchase District Livable Centers
Waller Creek Show
Mexican American Cultural Center
Fifth Ward Pattern Book
Landscape Architecture at Asakura Robinson connects people to their natural world. We work closely with individuals, neighborhoods, and communities to create lasting solutions to the barriers they face in urban life. Whether it’s designing spaces that provide needed ecosystem services, creating environments that strengthen communities, or creating micro-habitats to rebuild native populations we bring a motivation to improve social disparities. We constantly strive to bring innovative ideas to the table, work to meet client visions, and improve our process after every project. Our dedication has led to long-lasting clients and the transformation of communities one project at a time.
Gene Green Regional Park & Trail Enhancements
ABIA Parking Garage & Pedestrian Plaza
New Hope Housing Harrisburg
Park at Palm Center
DOW Elementary School