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.