Chip Trageser, FASLA
Managing Principal | Houston / firstname.lastname@example.org
Chip Trageser, FASLA is a registered Landscape Architect with 29 years of professional experience. Chip is a Managing Principal responsible for design and operations at the firm’s Houston practice. During his tenure, Chip has collaborated with a wide-range of architects, developers and foundations and is a best-in-class designer of urban parks, mixed-used developments, healthcare, academic and corporate campus projects.
Chip’s love of the landscape is evident in all of his designs, and is reinforced by the popularity and success of his projects. He is able to connect with the perspectives of multiple users and translate their needs into spaces that surprise and transform their experience. Chip’s designs always start with a thorough analysis and understanding of the site, allowing him to exploit opportunities and creatively overcome site limitations. Chip is passionate about creating user-oriented spaces that effortlessly balance beauty and practicality.
Chip currently serves as Principal-in-Charge for the Allen Mixed Use in Houston; a 35-acre campus for Pioneer Natural Resources’ new headquarters in Irving, TX; and Westfield Montgomery Expansion, a mixed-use project in Bethesda, MD. Among his notable projects are the newly re-imagined Levy Park in Houston, the Brochstein Pavilion and Brockman Physics Building at Rice University, CityCentre and the Northbelt Campus in Houston, TX, and Klyde Warren Park in Dallas, TX.
In 2015, Chip was elevated to Fellow at the American Society of Landscape Architects. He holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University and has served on the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture’s Professional Advisory Board for the past seven years and three years on the National ASLA Education committee. He is also active in the Houston design community and is a current member of the Rice Design Alliance. His talks on therapeutic and meaningful landscapes and gardens have informed students and professionals alike.