Albert Bontridder (April 4, 1921 – December 13, 2015) was a Belgian architect and writer, born in Anderlecht. In 1953 he married Olga Dohnalova, a Czech refugee, and together they had two children.
He graduated as an architect in 1942. As an architect, he made the plan for the house of his friend Louis Paul Boon. He was an editor of the experimental illustrated magazines Tijd en Mens (E: Time and Man) (1949–1955) and Kentering (E: Change) (1966–1977). He published his first poems in French and he made his actual debut with Hoog water (E: high tide) (1951).
Poésie se brise (poetry, 1951)
Hoog water (poetry, 1951)
Dood hout (poetry, 1955)
Bagatelle – hangende vis (poetry, 1960)
Jacques Dupuis ou l'architecture perdue et retrouvée (monography, 1961)