Guillaume du Boisbaudry, architect, develops a theoretical and practical research concerning the radical experiences of life in the forest and forest culture. He leads the review Nécessaire, a philosophy and art magazine. He was a professor of philosophy of art at the School of Architecture of Paris-La Villette. He seeks, through his travels in France, Poland, Scotland, to meet various made utopias as: the garden-forest by Steve Page, the architectural proposals for self-construction in the moving forest Reforesting Scotland, or the forest culture and forest community experiences of Croft 7 near Inverness. This led him to proposals for new approaches of living in the forest in France as, for example, eatable urban forests.

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