After working as an architect in Japan, Inmi Moon began to recognize the importance of outside space. She believes that the space people use should take advantages of both buildings and landscape. Her curiosity encouraged her to move to the United States, and she graduated with a Master of Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University in 2018. At Asakura Robinson, she works on a variety of projects, from residential to commercial. Her portfolio includes projects such as residential gathering spaces for Addison Parks, Quitman bike lane design, and landscape design for Houston Community College.
Inmi enjoys outdoor activities like canoeing and walking along Bayous in Houston. She’s concerned about climate change and the effect it has on some of her favorite spaces and others living spaces. She strives to create a resilient city for both nature and people.
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)