CHRISTINE E. TEN EYCK, FASLA
Ten Eyck Landscape Architects
Drawing upon her intuition, knowledge and experience in the Southwest, Christine’s outdoor spaces celebrate regional ecologies and utilize local materials to create vibrant, authentic landscapes that connect people to nature and each other.
Beginning in 1997, Christine and her studio were among the first to respond to the need for water conservation by creating public spaces with a contemporary, regional aesthetic in projects such as the historic Pearl Brewery and the San Antonio Botanical Garden and now, in Christine’s hometown of Dallas, the new design for downtown’s Harwood Park.
Ten Eyck and her firm transform ordinary outdoor places into ecologically and contextually sensitive landscapes that stimulate the senses and unify communities. With a national reputation for regional placemaking and experience with projects across the state of Texas and throughout the Southwest, each of her firm’s projects demonstrate a passion for the region’s inherent beauty, understanding of its climatic challenges and appreciation for its diverse cultures.