SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

Judith Stilgenbauer

Associate Professor
Dipl.-Ing. Univ., Technische Universität München (TU Munich), 1996
MLA, University of California at Berkeley, 1998

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jstilg@hawaii.edu

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(808) 956-7227

Judith Stilgenbauer, MLA, ASLA, is an associate professor in landscape architecture and urban design. Her creative work in teaching, applied research, and professional practice focuses on the role of process, performance, production, and placemaking in ecological urbanism and public open space design across diverse spatial and temporal scales.

Research and Creative Work

First Prize, international design competition, 228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan
First Prize, international design competition, 228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan (15-acre public park and national memorial)
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan (15-acre public park and national memorial)
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan
Capitol Mall Design Competition, Sacramento, CA
Capitol Mall Design Competition, Sacramento, CA
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany
Tsunami Memorial Design Competition, Thailand
Tsunami Memorial Design Competition, Thailand

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Landscape architecture
    Public open space design
    Ecological urbanism
    Sustainable urban design
    Brownfield development
    Landscape infrastructure

  • Professional Experience

    Prior to beginning her first tenure-track faculty position at UC Berkeley in 2003, Judith Stilgenbauer had garnered recognition and gained substantial professional experience in Germany. She headed the Munich office of the Rainer Schmidt Landscape Architecture firm, where she played a lead role in numerous master-planning and realized urban landscape design projects. With her own studio, in which Stilgenbauer participates in urban/landscape design competitions in Asia and America, she was awarded first prize and the commission to design the 15-acre "228 National Memorial Park" in Chiayi City, Taiwan—a project that was opened to the public in 2012. Judith Stilgenbauer is a member of the Architektenkammer Rheinland-Pfalz (Architects Association, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany) and a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). From 2013 to 2014 she served as the President of the Hawaii Chapter of ASLA.

  • License(s)

    Professional license as landscape architect, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (No. 16389) since 2002

  • Selected Publications

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, "Processcapes: Dynamic Placemaking,” in Now Urbanism: the Future City is Here; Jeff Hou, Ben Spencer, Thaisa Way, Ken Yocom, eds., Routledge, 2015, pp. 92-106

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “Degraded Sites Made Rich and Productive,” in Landscape Architecture China, Vol. 4, 2012, pp. 88 - 91

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “California Academy of Sciences,” in Topos: The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, Issue 78, 2012, pp. 82 – 85

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, McBride, Joe R., “Reconstruction of Urban Forests in Hamburg and Dresden following World War II,” in Landscape Journal 29(2), 2010, pp. 144-160

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, "228 National Memorial Park," in 1000X Landscape Architecture; van Uffelen, Chris, ed., Braun, 2009, p. 1003

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “Digital Design and Competitions,” in Digital Design in Landscape Architecture 2008; Buhmann, Pietsch, Heins, eds., 2008, pp. 82 – 87

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “The Return of an Archetype: San Francisco’s Octavia Boulevard,” Topos: The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, Issue 53, 2005, pp. 74 – 79

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “Landschaftspark Duisburg Nord,” Places, a Forum of Environmental Design, Vol. 17, Number 3, 2005 EDRA/Places Awards, pp. 6 – 9

  • Courses

    ARCH 341 Intermediate Design Studio A – Site Design
    ARCH 743 Architecture Studio IV – Urban Design
    ARCH 690 Architecture Topics: Processcapes
    ARCH 695 Applied Theories of Landscape Architecture

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