Re-thinking the growth of London. An interactive multi-stakeholder perspective derived in geodesign and negotiation

Harvard Graduate School of Design
Landscape Architecture and Planning
University College London
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis


Is the Alexander and Victoria Wiley Professor of Landscape Architecture and Planning, Emeritus at Harvard Graduate School of Design, and Honorary Professor at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London. He began his affiliation with the Harvard Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis in 1965. In 1984, the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) presented Professor Steinitz with the Outstanding Educator Award for his “extraordinary contribution to environmental design education” and for his “pioneering exploration in the use of computer technology in landscape planning”. He has been honored as one of Harvard University’s outstanding teachers. Professor Steinitz is principal author of “Alternative Futures for Changing Landscapes”, Island Press, 2003, and author of “A Framework for Geodesign”, Esri Press, 2012. He has lectured and given workshops at more than 150 universities and has several honorary degrees.