Gilles Clément (born at Argenton-sur-Creuse, Indre, France in 1943), is a French gardener, garden designer, botanist, entomologist and writer. He is the author of several concepts in the framework of landscaping of the end of the twentieth century or the beginning of the twenty-first century, including in particular, 'moving garden' (jardin en mouvement), 'planetary garden' (jardin planétaire) and 'third landscape' (tiers paysage).
He has gained attention for his design of public parks in France, such as Parc André-Citroën. In 1998, he was the recipient of France's National Landscape Prize. Since 1977 he has developed his own "moving garden" (le jardin en mouvement) at La Vallée, Creuse.
- André-Citroën Park in Paris, with Allain Provost and Patrick Berger
- Jardins de l'Arche in Paris la Défense,
- Matisse Park in Euralille with Éric Berlin and Sylvain Flipo
- Valloires Garden in Argoules
- Garden of the Château de Blois
- Garden of the domaine du Rayol
- Garden of the Quai Branly museum in Paris, with Jean Nouvel
- Garden of the École normale supérieure de Lyon
- Garden of the Château de Châtenay-en-France
- Garden of the Château de Beauregard, Loire Valley
- Clément, Gilles (2015). The Planetary Garden and Other Writings. University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN 978-0812247121.
- Louisa Jones (17 February 2010). "Groundbreaker: Gilles Clément". Grand Design. Retrieved 8 January 2011.
- "Great Garden Influences - Provost and Clement". Garden Resources. Archived from the original on 10 June 2010. Retrieved 8 January 2010.
- Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA). "Environment: Approaches for Tomorrow, Gilles Clément/Philippe Rahm". www.cca.qc.ca. Retrieved 2020-06-18.
Parc paysager du Château de Beauregard, Loire Valley
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