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Halina Steiner

  • Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture Section
228 Knowlton Hall

Halina Steiner is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University. Her current research focuses on the visualization of transboundary hydrologic and infrastructure systems. Prior to her appointment at OSU, Steiner served as the Design Director for DLANDstudio Architecture + Landscape Architecture where she was the project manager for master planning, green infrastructure, temporary installations, and public design projects. This work included Paths to Pier 42, a three-year pop-up park to activate underused waterfront space impacted by Superstorm Sandy, Public Media Commons, The QueensWay Plan, and HOLD System. She received a Master in Landscape Architecture from the City College of New York and a Bachelor of Science in Design in Visual Communication Design from Arizona State University.

Recent Work

American Wild

National Parks are a living memorial to a uniquely American idea of wilderness. In celebration of the National Parks Centennial, American Wild captures the majesty of the nation’s landscape and brings it to its capital. American Wild generates civic pride by connecting the distinctive architecture of the Washington DC Metro to the National Parks. Video of the National Parks are projection-mapped at full scale. The memorial lasts for 59 days, one day for each park. This timeline of the National Park Service’s 100-year history advocates for their next 100 years.

Halina Steiner, along with collaborators Shelby Doyle, Justine Holzman and Forbes Lipschitz, received Honorable Mention for Marrying the Ephemeral and Iconic for their submission Americal Wild in the Memorials for the Future Competition in cooperation with the Van Alen Institute, National Capital Planning Commission, and National Parks Service.