Alain Provost

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Allain Provost
Residence France
Occupation Architect

Allain Provost is a French Landscape Architect. His works include designs for the Parc Floral in the Bois de Vincennes, Paris,[1] Parc André Citroën in Paris,[2] the Jardin Diderot at La Défense,[3] La Courneuve Park (1972–2000) in Seine-Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France,[4] the Eurotunnel in Calais (1987),[5] the Technocentre Renault, Guyancourt (1992–2000),[5] the reconstruction of the castle gardens of Villarceaux (1994–1999),[5] and the Thames Barrier Park, London (1995–2000)[6] constructed in conjunction with London Architectural firm Patel Taylor. He was also a jury member on the Father Collins Park design competition in Dublin in 2003. He established the Groupe Signe in 1990 with another landscape architect Alain Cousseran.

  1. ^ Donadieu, Pierre. "En Marge Des Modes Alain Provost." Paysage + Aménagement 7 (1986): 21-39.
  2. ^ "Entretien avec les Lauréats." Paris-Projet 30-31 (1997) 116-118.
  3. ^ "Dans La Pente." Pages Paysages 7 (1998).
  4. ^ Provost, Allain. La Courneuve. Le Parc 1925-2005. Oostkamp: Stichtung Kunstboek, 2005.
  5. ^ a b c Racine, Michel. Allain Provost Paysagiste: Paysages Inventés 1964-2004. Oostkamp, Belgium: Stichtung Kunstboeck, 2005.
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