08. La biodiversité en question
Olivier Chardin is a landscape architect with a Belgian government diploma, a diploma from the Ecole Technique d'Horticulture [Technical Horticultural School] in Douai (France), in the “Gardens and Green Spaces” section (1981) and a diploma from the Institut d'Enseignement Supérieur de l'Etat [State Higher Education Institute] (Gembloux, Belgium) in “Architecture of Gardens and Landscape” (with distinction, 1985). From 1989 to 2003, he was manager of the “Atelier du Jardin Art du Paysage” [Garden and Landscape Art Studio] and worked for Jean Nouvel, François Spoerry, Disney vacation club, etc., mainly on the Côte d’Azur. From 1990 to 2008, he taught at the horticultural high school in Antibes and at the CFPPA [Vocational Training and Agricultural Promotion Centre]. In 2004, he created “AOC paysage” and has specialised in sustainable development, roof gardens, vertical gardens, natural gardens, etc.
Anaïs Brochiero is an assistant landscape photographer. She has been a press photographer for 8 years and has collaborated with various national and international newspapers such as Le Point, L'Express, Le Nouvel Obs, Le Parisien, Le journal du dimanche, L'expansion, Management, El Mundo, Das Bild, The Times, News, Financial Times, Daily Mail, Sunday Times, etc. She has thrown herself into landscape architecture over the last 2 years, her passion, her new direction…