Jyoti Naoki Eri / Studio Eri

Landscape Design

Sun ray passing through the leaves, gentle sound of breeze,
moisture and smell of ferns, and accents of seasonal blossoms.
A garden is a multiple sensory experience.
I am aspiring to make a garden as if I am composing a poetry.

Design less but bring harmony to allow the nature to speak and the visitors to feel peace in their heart.
A garden designer builds an invisible bridge.
A bridge that connects nature and man, matter and spirit.

I seek my answers in a timeless space.
There is no modern or classic but only appropriate proportions that I seek to bring from the subtle space.
What I heard from nature will be heard by the visitors.
Silence is inherent in all of us.
It is profound and eloquent.
-JNE

A view of the main garden pavilion from the entrance area (Ongoing project)
Zen garden in Auroville Botanical Gardens (ongoing)

Matrimandir Viewing Point / 2018
Matrimandir Viewing Point / 2018
Matrimandir Viewing Point / 2018
Matrimandir Viewing Point / 2018
Matrimandir Viewing Point / 2018
Atithi Griha Guest House, Auroville / 2018
Atithi Griha Guest House, Auroville / 2018
Atithi Griha Guest House, Auroville / 2018
Atithi Griha Guest House, Auroville / 2018
Atithi Griha Guest House, Auroville / 2018
Atithi Griha Guest House, Auroville / 2018
R’s garden, Pondicherry 2014
S’s house entrance arrangement / 2020
S’s house entrance arrangement / 2020
Studio Eri entrance garden / 2014
Swayam community garden, Aroville / 2014
Swayam community garden, Aroville / 2014

Design proposal Tulsi Zen garden, Vadodara, India / Architect: Charles Correa
The Garden of the Unexpected proposal, Auroville / 2018
The Garden of the Unexpected proposal, Auroville / 2018
Residential project, Auroville / 2006

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