Graduate Adviser, Landscape Architecture
GOL 2.308 | office
+1 512 475 7994 | phone
+1 512 471 0716 | fax
The University of Texas at Austin
School of Architecture
310 Inner Campus Drive Stop B7500
Austin, TX 78712-1009
Bachelor of Arts, Washington University in Saint Louis
MARCH, University of Virginia
MLA, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
areas of interest
Design, Studies in Landscape Representation
Hope H. Hasbrouck teaches graduate level design studios and lecture courses in Landscape Architecture. Her teaching spans from the core curriculum to advanced seminars and design studios. Her work outside of the studio is a multifaceted exploration of landscape representation.
Hope Hasbrouck was the recipient of the Garden Club of America Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture in the spring of 2008. Her project, "Interpreting Cultural Landscape through Prospect and Passage" sought to inventory the devices of interpretation for the reading of cultural sites and territories. Seedbank done in collaboration with her colleague Professor Jason Sowell received Second Place in the Cleveland Design Competition at Irishtown Bend with awards presented by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. In May of 2005 Ms. Hasbrouck received the School of Architecture Outstanding Teacher Award [studio] and the School of Architecture Outstanding Service Award. Collaboratively in 2001, she published Landscape Modeling: Digital Techniques for Landscape Visualization, which received a merit award from the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Prior to joining the faculty at The University of Texas, Prof. Hasbrouck was a member of the Faculty of Design at Harvard University. Her professional experience includes an association with Hargreaves Associates where she worked on the redevelopment of Boston City Hall Plaza and University Commons at the University of Cincinnati. She was affiliated with James Stewart Polshek and Partners in New York from 1991 to 1993, contributing to such projects as the Museum of the City of New York, and the master plan for the Brooklyn Museum. In 2002 to 2004 she consulted for the interdisciplinary firm of Crosby, Schlessinger, Smallridge in Boston, Massachusetts, on the visualization of the North End Parks, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, Massachusetts.
Prof. Hasbrouck received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in architecture from Washington University in Saint Louis, a Master in Architecture from the University of Virginia, and a Master in Landscape Architecture from the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.