Antje Stokman is a landscape architect and professor of architecture and landscape at HafenCity University Hamburg.
Her work focusses on strategies to develop infrastructural and ecological systems as a basis for sustainable urban form and design of urban landscapes. For her achievements in bringing research, teaching and practice by co-designing and co-producing resilient urban landscapes both locally and globally, she was awarded the Topos Landscape Award in 2011 and the Lower Saxony Science Prize in 2009.
She has been serving as a member of the German national advisory council on spatial planning from 2010-2014 and the sustainability council of the province Baden-Württemberg from 2012-2017 and was co-curator of the exhibition „Out there: Landscape Architecture on Global Terrain“ at the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich in 2017. From 2005 – 2010 she was a Professor of Ecosystem Design and Watershed Management at Leibniz University Hanover and from 2010-2017 she was professor and director of the Institute of Landscape Planning and Ecology at the University of Stuttgart.