Cristina Frass, ASLA, Associate




About Cristina Frass, ASLA

Cristina earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with minors in Sustainability Leadership and Spanish from Pennsylvania State University. She found her passion for landscape architecture from traveling; she studied architecture in Tanzania, Brazil, Germany, and the United States. She always strives to make each of her landscapes grounded in the specific history and culture of place. As an Associate, her attention to site surroundings, from both human and ecological standpoints, is foundational to her design approach. After moving to Houston, she is a strong advocate for sustainable construction practices, especially concerning floodwater protection. She received two student awards from the PA-DE chapter of ASLA, as well as numerous design awards from the university. In her free time, Cristina enjoys learning new languages, especially German and Japanese.