Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft (Netherlands)
Eric Luiten is a registered landscape architect and planner and a professor of Landscape Architecture at TU Delft. He was cofounder and co-editor of the Dutch landscape architecture journal Blauwe Kamer, of the biannual of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in the Netherlands and of the triannual Landscape Architecture Europe review. From 2000 onwards Luiten was in particular the principal designer and consultant on the national project of the redevelopment of the cultural landscape of the New Dutch Water Defence Line (Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie) as well as on the master plan for the Dutch part of the Roman Limes. In September 2009 Luiten was appointed Special Advisor on Spatial Quality to the Board of Governors of the Province of South-Holland. Between 2012 and 2016 he was appointed independent National Advisor for Landscape and Water and now acts as chief spatial advisor to Dutch Rail.