Henriette Steiner is Associate Professor at the Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning at the University of Copenhagen. She holds a PhD in Architecture from the University of Cambridge, UK, and was Research Associate in the Department of Architecture at ETH Zurich in Switzerland for five years. In 2018-19, she was visiting Associate Professor at the Department for Urban Studies and Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for six months. Henriette’s research investigates the cultural role and meaning of architecture, cities and landscapes. It has been published widely in international books and journals. She is author of The Emergence of a Modern City: Golden Age Copenhagen 1800–1850 (Routledge, 2014) and has co-edited ten special journal issues and academic books. Her most recent book, co-written with Kristin Veel, is Tower to Tower: Gigantism in Architecture and Digital Culture (MIT Press, 2020). Henriette is PhD Coordinator at the Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning. She leads the research project Women in Danish Architecture jointly with SvavaRiesto.https://ign.ku.dk/english/women-in-danish-architecture/ and www.womenindanisharchitecture.dk