Dr Nano Langenheim

Assistant Dean Technology
Lecturer in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design


Dr Nano Langenheim is a landscape architect, arborist, and urban designer. She explores the use of emerging technology and data to develop actionable, evidence-based research outputs for streetscape and green infrastructure design decision-making. She has extensively studied the shifts in decision drivers behind inclusion of trees in streetscapes, from the initially visual concerns of the urban reform movement to today’s environmental imperatives.

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Architecture Landscape Architecture Urban Design

Research Hub, Centre or Institute

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Cultural and Sustainable Landscapes Future Cities

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