• 2019.12.10

    Plant installation directed by Seijun Nishihata for Centrepoint 50th Anniversary Gala 2019 at the Roundhouse in London.

    Wednesday, November 13, 2019 – Our Founder Seijun Nishihata attended the charity event Centrepoint 50th Anniversary Gala at the Roundhouse. 

    The ceiling plant installation was directed by Seijun Nishihata – enriched the space by adding an organic element to former railway engine shed turned into what is now a performing arts venue the Roundhouse.


    Centrepoint is the UK’s leading charity that has been supporting young homeless people for the past 50 years. In 2005 Prince William, RHR The Duke of Cambridge became patron of Centrepoint to follow in his mother Princess Diana’s footsteps and to keep her work alive.


    SORA is committed to our mission : Plant beauty, grow curiosity, and work with nature, following our mission we will continue to support social impact. 

    Find more pictures at Instagram! @seijun_nishihata https://www.instagram.com/seijun_nishihata/
    Learn more about Centrepoint https://centrepoint.org.uk/


  • 2019.11.13

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    The Leaflet is our monthly email newsletter. In each newsletter we’ll share 2-3 updates about what’s happening behind-the-scenes at SORA.
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    Team dispatches about our process, social impact work, and company happenings

    What are we currently up to at SORA? How busy is cherry blossom season? Whose child is running around our greenhouse? How does SORA give back to communities across Japan and around the world?
    In our team stories we’ll share what’s on our minds, and how we approach our work and special projects. 


    Founder notes from Seijun Nishihata’s personal journal around his philosophy, adventures, and explorations

    Where in the world is Seijun Nishihata? Which tree is he climbing, and why is it important? How does Seijun come up with his cool ideas?
    In our founder notes we’ll share bits and pieces from Seijun’s blog, translated into English. 


    Conversations with friends and experts in the horticultural community

    Who are SORA’s partners and collaborators? What do these people think about the state of horticultural design today?
    In our guest interviews we’ll have conversations with talented friends of ours who do great work. 


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