The beauty of water in the wild is unparalleled. Creators of Japanese gardens attempt to capture the brilliance of water and consider how it will ultimately resonate with the viewer. The Japanese refer to their gardens as Tei-en, which translates as both “wild nature” and “controlled nature,” two opposing characteristics. It is in the exquisite […]Read More
For more than 50 years, Jerome Skuba of Zoen Sekkei-Sha & Associates has been on an exploratory path, working as an ornamental horticulturist, art school professor, industrial designer, builder and garden designer. Jerome's gardens have been featured in Architectural Digest magazine, and he is a contributor to articles in Sukiya Living: The Journal of Japanese Gardening.