Yoshi Kubota is an inquisitive and inspired landscape architect who enjoys guiding projects from the grand vision to the finest details. He brings an appreciation for aesthetics, functionality, and craftsmanship to each of his projects, and values RHI’s collaborative environment and affinity for new ideas and innovations. Yoshi is drawn to an inclusive planning and design process that considers input from various disciplines, including environmental and social science, health and wellness, policy analysis, technology, and other fields to push the boundaries of design for the greater good.
Yoshi holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Hamilton College. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and served as a regional co-lead in Green Schoolyards America’s National COVID-19 Outdoor Learning Initiative. Yoshi’s work consistently centers the human experience in design, emphasizing inclusivity, equity, and heightened perception of the uniqueness of each site.
Yoshi enjoys cultivating plants from the seeds of store-bought fruits.