Who We Are
Asakura Robinson is a planning, urban design, and landscape architecture firm which strengthens environments and empowers communities through innovation, engagement, stewardship, and an integrated design and planning process.
Our approach is guided by our commitment to interaction, diversity and innovation. We value the ability of the public to participate in our projects, creating places that encourage social interaction, and our staff’s deep engagement in our communities. We value our diverse workplace and communities and seek to optimize existing community-based and ecological resources. Finally, we value creativity in our processes, materials, technology, collaborations, approach, and design palette.
Dynamic urban experiences, environmental stewardship, healthy and equitable outcomes for communities.
We promote inclusive design processes and community engagement to empower underserved communities, expand equitable access to urban resources, celebrate social diversity and instill health, safety and welfare everywhere that we work.
We envision dynamic urban places with accessible transportation infrastructure and engaging, multi-functional, environmentally sound, public gathering spaces that celebrate the unique culture, heritage, shared stories and creativity of the surrounding community.
We steward ecologically responsible resource management, resilient natural systems, and regenerative landscape maintenance practices through thoughtful, research-based planning and design for a more meaningful connection between people and nature.
Get to know us better by exploring our latest brochure—discover the essence of who we are through this showcase. It not only highlights our values but also the visionary leadership driving our success. Dive into our distinctive landscape architecture, planning, and urban design projects. For any additional information about our studios, feel free to reach out to us through the provided email link at email@example.com!”
California Unified Certification Program
Colorado Department of Transportation
Florida Unified Certification Program
Iowa Department of Transportation
City of New Orleans
DBE Louisiana Unified Certification Program
Minnesota Unified Certification Program
Nevada Department of Transportation
New York State Department of Transportation
MBE New York State Department of Economic Development
North Dakota Department of Transportation
Oklahoma Department of Transportation
Tennessee Uniform Certification Program
Austin Community College District
DBE City of Houston / Texas Unified Certification Program
MBE City of Houston
SBE Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority
Washington State Office of Minority & Women's Business Enterprises
Palm District Scenario Planning
Hill County Natural Infrastructure Plan
Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment
Public Works & Engineering NE Quadrant Facility
West Houston Expansion
Austin Bergstrom International Airport IT Building
West Campus Dining
UH Downtown Wellness and Success Center