|Intro||French botanist and garden designer|
|Is||Engineer Writer Architect Zoologist Scientist Entomologist Landscape architect Gardener Botanist Novelist Essayist Agricultural Engineer|
|Type||Biology Engineering Literature Science|
|Birth||6 October 1943, Argenton-sur-Creuse|
Gilles Clément (born at Argenton-sur-Creuse, Indre, France in 1943), is a French gardener, garden designer, botanist, entomologist and writer.
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 "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