Pascal Cribier (born in 1953 in Normandy) is a landscape architect. Projects include the garden of the Tuileries, Paris (1990, with Louis Benech, François Roubaud, Monique Mosser and Giuseppe Penone); Woolton House, Hampshire (1996-2004); Motu Tané, Bora Bora (2001), Jardin de la Visitation, Lyon (2004), a minimalist garden in a middle-aged castle (1999-2008), a botanical garden in Antibes (2007-12). Publications include the mono-graph Pascal Cribier: Itinéraire d'un jardinier (2009). A retrospective of his practice, Les racines ont des feuilles, was held in Paris at EDF Electra in 2008. In 2011, Cribier was awarded a prize by the French Académie d'architecture for his career in design and architecture.
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