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Keiji wins Outstanding Professional Award!

CONGRATULATIONS! The Houston Asian Chamber of Commerce has selected its 22nd Annual Awards winners: Keiji Asakura receives the Outstanding Professional Award! Keiji will be presented with his award at this year’s Gala, the  theme, “The Spirit of Entrepreneurship.” Advertisements

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Adam Bailey

Meet Adam, the newest member of the ARC family. At least, I think that’s Adam. It’s hard to tell but either way it’s a good representation of one of Adam’s passions: White Water Rafting! Adam describes himself as curious by … Continue reading

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Washington/Silver Garden

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Walk for the Woods

Team Asakura (Keiji and Hayley), joined a huge group of fund-raising walkers to support The Woods Project, a non-profit organization that seeks to develop leadership capacity and life skills in low income youth through a series of outdoor education/environmental awareness programs at … Continue reading

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The First Lady mentions Keiji in her new book!

Michelle Obama’s new book, America Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America, features the 611 Walker Container Gardens, known as City Gardens, instigated by Keiji Asakura. “For years, the only thing outside the Bob … Continue reading

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Chinese Garden

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USGBC Hosts a Tour of One of Our Most Elegant Projects

Three great reasons to take the latest LEED Certified Building Tour: 1. Get up close and personal with our BIOSWALES and GREEN ROOF installations.                                 … Continue reading

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Watch Where You Walk…

What is that? Is it a giant vinyl album, a bottomless pit or maybe a Blackhawk landing-pad? No, it’s Glenn Weiss’s newest urban art piece inspired by Richard Serra.  Take a look at Glenn’s progress, during a hot and steamy … Continue reading

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Community

The first Washington Avenue Livable Centers Study Public Meeting, held last night at MECA in Houston’s Old Sixth Ward, should have been called a community meeting rather that a public meeting. The auditorium was chock full of like-minded ideas; people … Continue reading

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Our Interactive Interactive-Architecture Presentation…

We were thrilled at how well our studio space accommodated a dozen or so art fans this past Saturday as interactive multimedia expert, Robert Miles Kemp, presented the first comprehensive view of the history, present-day and future of interactive space. “We … Continue reading

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