Inmi is a landscape designer in the Houston studio who specializes in flexible open space design and public realm activation. Originally trained as an architect in Japan, Inmi was introduced to landscape architecture through her experience designing spaces where people could move fluidly between indoor spaces and outdoor landscapes. Her curiosity encouraged her to move to the United States to study landscape architecture and she graduated with a Master of Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University in May 2018. At Asakura Robinson, she is working on various projects from residential to commercial. Her portfolio includes projects such as residential gathering spaces for Addison Square, Quitman bike lane design, and Tomochichi Courthouse.
Inmi comes from a bicultural background, with roots in both Japan and Korea. She always brings her positive attitude wherever she goes and loves traveling and making new friends.
If you could work on a project anywhere in the world where would it be?
What’s your favorite type of community engagement activity?
What project are you most proud of?
Kumano Club (my first architecture project in Japan)