Our mission was to introduce and install authentic Japanese garden to celebrate the Centennial anniversary of Japan-Norway Diplomatic Relationship. Located on the campus of University of Bergen, a stroll garden with central pond contains dry-garden, tea house, as well as a rock-garden preferentially with native plants and rocks. It is our pleasure to know that local residents love this garden as one of the best-known moss garden in Europe. By building with native materials and collaboration with local gardeners, we successful created a garden which meets regional climate and environmental situation.
We have offered (developed/produced) large number of landscape planning for various housing and business complexes. Working closely together with management companies and residents societies, we have been creating management plans for plantings maintenance based on their medium- to long-term plan and supporting them for green preservation and improvement.
We have assessed “Tokyo garden”, the garden donated by the city of Tokyo to former Cairo Governorate (now managed by Helwan Governorate). After identifying facilities and objects such as Niwa-mon Gate, Tiko-bashi Bridge, and water basin that required restoration and/or repair through our assessment on site, we then worked on detailed design to implement any necessary restores and repairs.
Under the Exposition theme “Eternal peace & harmony between nature & mankind, nurturing the future earth – a city for nature, co-existing in peace”, we created site design for Exposition.
Design focus includes Main gate square, Oaks square (Rose garden), and Paddock for hose race. We applied appropriate tradition and formality for the design, and created friendly atmosphere for female visitors.