Herbert Dreiseitl focuses on creating Liveable Cities around the world. He is an internationally respected expert on the inspiring and innovative use of water to solve urban environmental challenges, connecting technology with aesthetics and encouraging people to establish a sense of ownership for place. He has realized groundbreaking contemporary projects in the fields of climate resiliency, stormwater management, urban planning, and landscape architecture, including Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz, with Renzo Piano; Tanner Spring Park, Portland, Oregon; and Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park in Singapore. Hebert lectures worldwide and is a regular visiting professor at the National University of Singapore. Today, he runs DREISEITLconsulting with his wife, Bettina, as an independent consultant for many initiatives in cities around the world. The following is an interview with him that Alpa Nawre, coeditor of this issue, conducted and edited for length and clarity.