Henrik Schultz is part of a network of young German and Chinese leaders from all sectors who come together to engage in intensive dialogue and to undergo further professional and intercultural training. The Zukunftsbrücke – Chinese-German Young Professional Campus takes place in alternate years in China and Germany.
Henrik Schultz is a landscape architect and since 2004 partner of Stein+Schultz, urban planning and landscape design, Frankfurt am Main. He works on research and design projects for large scale resilient landscapes and gained experience with methods of exploring, understanding and designing landscapes, striving to find images and relevant interventions. Since 2004 Henrik teaches and researches at the faculty of architecture and landscape sciences of Osnabrück University. Henrik is a member of Studio Urbane Landschaften, a transdisciplinary network for teaching, research and practice in the field of landscape design. Henrik is author of the book “Landschaften auf den Grund gehen. Wandern als Erkenntnismethode beim großräumigen Landschaftsentwerfen” which has been published with Jovis in 2014. Prior to joining Stein+Schultz and Leibniz University of Hannover, Henrik worked as a project manager for neighbourhood improvement initiatives and the Massachusetts Organisation of Conservation Commissions, Boston (USA). Henrik holds a diploma and a PhD in landscape architecture.