Le décorateur - Le Pavillon de l'Union des Arts Décoratifs - Georges Hoentschel

The Pavillon de l’Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs

He designed the pavilion for the Union Central des Arts Décoratifs at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900, which made him very well-known abroad. It was a trendsetting creation of Symbolist and Naturalist art. This fine assemblage in the Art Nouveau style was a showcase for Georges Hoentschel’s work. Notably, he included ceramics made in collaboration with a team from Jean Carriès.

View of the pavilion rooms designed by Georges Hoentschel – Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris.