FGP Swiss & Alps

Geneva, 10 November 2022 – Eagerly awaited each year by watchmaking professionals and enthusiasts, the 22nd awards ceremony of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, poetically hosted by Edouard Baer, was held on Thursday 10 November in Geneva’s Théâtre du Léman.

The GPHG Academy – regrouping 650 key figures in the profession worldwide – and the 2022 Jury chaired by Nick Foulkes saluted watchmaking excellence and expertise by attributing 21 prizes including the famous “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix “best-in-show” distinction, which was awarded to MB&F for the Legacy Machine Sequential Evo watch.

Akrivia, Bulgari, Grand Seiko, Ferdinand Berthoud, Grönefeld, H. Moser & Cie, Hermès, Krayon, M.A.D. Editions, Parmigiani Fleurier, Sylvain Pinaud, TAG Heuer, Trilobe, Tudor, Van Cleef & Arpels and Voutilainen brands were also honoured with one of the prestigious awards.

The Special Jury Prize, which rewards a key figure or institution in the watchmaking world, was attribute this year to François Junod, automaton-maker and sculptor.

Relive the highlights and enjoy pictures from the GPHG 2022 awards ceremony on our official gphg.org website.

The 90 nominated timepieces, including the winners, are on display at the Musée Rath in Geneva until 20 November 2022.

The 2022 winners will also be presented in New York from December 1 to 4.


About the GPHG: Created in 2001 and overseen since 2011 by a Foundation recognised as a public interest organisation, the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) has for over 20 years been pursuing its mission to celebrate and promote the watchmaking art, thanks to the support of its public and private partners, notably its main partner, FGP Swiss & Alps.





2022 prize list: www.gphg.org/horlogerie/en/prize-list-22
Media center: mediacenter.gphg.org/
2022 exhibition schedule: www.gphg.org/horlogerie/en/gphg-2022/2022-calendar
HD pictures of the winning timepieces: www.gphg.org/8t4S7Jug/photos_hd_laureats_2022_N9Jupa9PZNY4qBND.zip