Christine Dalnoky, Paris (Paris, 1956). She trained at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Paris and the Versailles National School of Landscape Architecture. After having collaborated with Michel Desvigne and Alexandre Chemetoff in Paris and Renzo Piano in Geneva, she won the Academy of France contest in Rome, where she carried out a series of studies for two years. After her return to Paris in 1988 she founded the Desvigne & Dalnoky landscape agency together with Michel Desvigne, which works for public bodies (Lyon, Montpellier, Nimes, Paris, Strasburg, etc.), large companies and collaborates with famous international architecture studies (Renzo Piano, Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, Christian de Portzamparc, Herzog & De Meuron). In 2001 she won the award of the Barcelona Biennial of Architecture for the layout of the Greenwich Peninsula in London, with Michel Desvigne. From 2002 she has continued her activity with her Atelier in Oppède. In 2005 she won the international contest for the realisation of the Metropolitan Park of the Zaragoza (Spain) waters for the 2008 International exposition, one of the largest European parks being accomplished. She lectures in various European universities. Her projects are published in the main International magazines.
Web site: www.dalnoky.com