Born on 22 August 1952 in Algiers, Rudy Ricciotti is an architect (graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Marseille) and engineer (École d’ingénieurs de Genève). Winner of the Grand Prix national de l’architecture, Ricciotti is representative of a generation of architects who combine creative power and a real constructive culture.
As the architect of landmark projects in France, including the National Choreographic Centre of Aix-en-Provence, he has also gained international stature with projects such as the Footbridge of Peace in Seoul, the Nikolaisaal de Potsdam in Germany and the International Centre of Art and Culture in Liège.
CEO of Editions Al Dante (poetry, poetic and experimental prose, theoretical essays, etc.), he is also on the editorial board of the magazine L'Architecture d'aujourd'hui.