Gerhard Hauber has been a landscape architect and planner for over 20 years. Since 1998 he has specialized in international project management, having successfully led projects in the US, Great Britain, Australia, UAE and other countries.
The emphasis of his work extends beyond classical landscape architecture to urban space design and its integration into existing city structures. He has specialist expertise in innovative and strategic technologies for sustainable, resource productive design, which create both life-supporting and aesthetic built environments.
Since October 2011 he sits on the expert commission for sustainable urban design for the German Association of Sustainable Building (LEED or BREEAM equivalent).
His recent projects awarded for excellence include the Hafen Offenbach in Germany, winner of the 2018 German Design Award for urban space and infrastructure; the ASLA Award of Excellence for the Copenhagen Cloudburst Masterplan, 2016, and the ALSA Honor Award for Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park in Singapore, 2016.
Selected publications include “It takes a city to raise a river park” My Liveable City, India, Nov 2014; “Eco Quarters - How to Build Truly Sustainable?” Waterscapes Innovation: Planning, Building and Designing with Water, China 2014; “Ökologie”. Nachhaltige Stadtplanung - Konzepte für nachhaltige Quartiere, Germany, 2013.
Henning Larsen, 2022- present
Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl, 1996-2022
Rudolf Linke Landscape Architects, 1994-1996
Post-Graduate Diploma, Landscape Architecture, Fachhochschule Berlin, Germany, 1994