Located in Houston, TX, Asia Society TX Center offers its serene Chao Foundation Garden for get-togethers. Designed by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi, this venue effortlessly blends Asian design with Western elements. As a continuation of the property’s elegant indoor spaces, the Chao Foundation Garden offers a sophisticated outdoor environment.
Through the glass doors of one of the venue’s other function spaces, guests will find a tranquil garden space. The lawn comprises Asian Jasmine with a touch of bamboo, creating a natural ambience for private gatherings. With enough room for up to 150 guests, Chao Foundation Garden can be configured into a variety of layouts. It can be utilized on its own or in combination with the adjoining Edward Rudge Allen III Center as an overflow space for larger occasions. The space can be decorated to your liking with flower arrangements, umbrellas, tables, and chairs.
The administration at Asia Society TX Center is committed to ensuring that your event is enjoyable and successful. Here, clients are welcome to host a wide variety of gatherings such as cocktail receptions, private celebrations, weddings, and corporate meetings. Passionate about accounting for every detail, the staff is pleased to provide security services.