Lewis Clarke Oral Histories | Patrick Horsbrugh

Patrick Horsbrugh

Interview with Patrick Horsbrugh, city planner, consultant, educator, lecturer, and artist

Interviewer: Yona R. Owens
Location: South Bend, Indiana
Interview Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Born in Great Britain, Horsbrugh started his career in London but soon gained international recognition for his work on High Paddington, the New Barbicon, and his critique of the new Indian capital, Chandigarh. He ties into Clarke’s life as a fellow student at Harvard in 1951 and guest lecturer at NCSU School (now College) of Design while Clarke was a faculty member. Horsbrugh and Clarke kept up their correspondence for the rest of their lives. Horsbrugh, 89, never married, and has no children. (Image courtesy of University of Notre Dame Archives.)

Interview Audio

Transcript - part 1 (pdf)

Transcript - part 2 (pdf)

Transcript - part 3 (pdf)

Field Notes (pdf)

Abstract/Tape Log (pdf)