* With the term “landscape three”, landscape researcher J. B. Jackson laid the ground for a contemporary understanding of landscape as system of manmade spaces. Landscape can’t be a static, green and natural entity outside the city anymore but has to be seen as dynamic spaces and complex processes. Landscape architects are asked to find adequate designs and processes of designing the transformation. landschaft3* engages in this task. Prof. Dr. Henrik Schultz designs processes of landscape transformations, crossing the changing fields of mobility and energy transition as well as digitalisation. Henrik accompanies actors with different backgrounds on their ways into a sustainable future – with his method “walking as creative practice” leading the way.