Henri Bava, Karlsruhe (Tunisi, 1957). He is a botanist and landscape architect from the national school of landscape architecture of Versailles (ENSP). Together with Michel Hoessler and Olivier Philippe he founded the Agence Ter study of landscape architecture in 1986, which nowadays has branch offices in Paris, Karlsruhe and French Guiana. Some of his awards: in 1991the Trophée national du paysage of the French Ministry of transport, in 1994 the Prix du paysage of the Languedoc-Rousillon region and in 2003 the architecture award of the Akademie der Künste of Berlin. Some of his projects: the Aqua Magica exposition in Bad Oeynhausen and Löhne (2000), the Cormailles Park in Ivry (2000) and the Floating Garden in London. In 2001 he won first prize in the contest for reclamation of the Cristina Enea Park in San Sebastián. From 1987 to 1998 he was professor of landscape architecture at the ENSP of Versailles and since 1998 at the University of Karlsruhe. Amongst his publications are Wasser, Schichten, Horizon (Water, layers, horizons) which presents the work of Agence Ter, centred upon the theme water.
Web site: agenceter.com