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Contemporary Designers, Maintainers, Teachers, and Researchers
Name:Marc Peter Keane 
Company 
URL  Goto their site  http://www.mpkeane.com/
TypeDESIGNER 
Address119 Irving Place 
CityIthaca 
StateNew York 
Postal Code14850-4711 
CountryUNITED STATES 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=42.438342; long=-76.482819
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Added to JGarden9/7/2001 
Last Updated12/28/2004 
DescriptionA graduate of Cornell University's Department of Landscape Architecture, Marc has lived in Kyoto since 1985, first as a research fellow of Kyoto University, now as a landscape architect and writer. His design work consists mostly of gardens including: private residences, company grounds, and temple gardens, although he has also done parks and historic districts.

Alongside his design work, he lectures in the Department of Environmental Design at the Kyoto University of Arts and Design and is a research fellow at the Research Center for Japanese Garden Art. The latter organization runs an annual two-week Japanese Garden Seminar (in English). Marc has been a key organizer and member of the core staff since beginning of these seminars in 1996. He has also lectured extensively throughout the United States, England, and Japan.

Marc's books include Japanese Garden Design, Sakuteiki: Visions of the Japanese Garden and The Art of Setting Stonesa modern translation of the gardening classic. He has also written numerous articles and essays related to Japanese gardens and preservation in Kyoto.

Mr. Keane recently received a Fellowship to teach at Cornell University for one year and then subsequently decided to relocate from Japan to Ithaca. Please make note of his new address.  




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