Catherine Mosbach is DPLG landscaper. After a career in biology, physics and chemistry at the Université de Strasbourg Louis Pasteur, she joined the Nationale Supérieur de Paysage de Versailles, where she follows the teaching of Michel Corajoud. Upon leaving school, she created the magazine Pages Paysages with Marc Claramunt, Vincent Tricaud and Pascale Jacotot. To answer to a commission from the Ministry of the Environment on the representation of the Vauban landscape-relief landscape, she is doing a DEA in History and Civilization at EHESS. Her practice reveals a taste for the experimental in the broad sense. Her emblematic projects include the Bordeaux Botanical Garden, the Louvre Lens Park and Gateway Park in Taiwan.