GPHG 2022: here are the winners

The award ceremony for the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève 2022 was held yesterday, 10 November, in Geneva. Let's discover the winning watches together.

Legacy Machine Sequential Evo
The coveted 'Auiguille d'Or' award was presented this year to MB&F's Legacy Machine Sequential Evo.

Always eagerly awaited by watch industry professionals and enthusiasts alike, the award ceremony of the 22nd edition of the GPHG Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève, presented by Edouard Baer, was held yesterday, 10 November, at the Théâtre du Léman.

Hermès Arceau Le Temps Voyageur
The Arceau Le Temps Voyageur by Hermès was awarded in both the Men's and Women's Complicated categories.

The GPHG Academy, which brings together 650 key figures from the world of watchmaking, and the Prize jury chaired by Nick Foulkes awarded 21 prizes, including the most coveted one, the famous 'Aiguille d'Or', which was awarded this year to MB&F's Legacy Machine Sequential Evo.

Octo Finissimo Ultra 10th Anniversary
Bulgari's Octo Finissimo Ultra 10th Anniversary triumphed in the Audacia category.

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 were the brands that won prizes in the other categories in the competition.

Grand Seiko Kodo Constant-Force Tourbillon
In the Chronometry category, the prize was awarded to Grand Seiko's Kodo Constant-Force Tourbillon.

Finally, the Jury's Special Prize went to François Junod, creator of automata and sculptor. The 90 nominated watches, including the winners of course, will be exhibited at the Musée Rath in Geneva until 20 November. The winning models will also be exhibited in New York from 1 to 4 December.

Francois Junod
Francois Junod, automaton creator and sculptor, won the Special Jury Prize.

Below is the complete list of winning watches in their respective categories:

"Aiguille d'Or' Grand Prix: MB&F, Legacy Machine Sequential Evo
Women's watch: Parmigiani Fleurier, Round PF Automatic 36 mm
Complicated Woman: Hermès, Arceau Le Temps Voyageur
Male watch: Akrivia, Chronomètre Contemporain II
Complicated Man: Hermès, Arceau Le Temps Voyageur
Iconic: TAG Heuer, Monaco X Gulf  
Tourbillon: H. Moser & Cie, Pioneer Cylindrical Tourbillon Skeleton
Astronomical Calendar: Krayon, Anywhere
Mechanical Exception: Ferdinand Berthoud, FB 2RSM.2-1
Chronograph: Grönefeld, 1941 Grönograaf Tantalum
Underwater: Tudor, Pelagos FXD
Jewellery watch: Bulgari, Mysterious Serpents High Jewellery
Artistic craftsmanship: Voutilainen, Ji-Ku
"Petite Aiguille'. : Trilobe, Nuit Fantastique Dune Edition
Challenge: M.A.D. Editions, M.A.D.1 Red
Mechanical Clock: Van Cleef & Arpels, Fontaine Aux Oiseaux automaton
Innovation: Van Cleef & Arpels, Lady Arpels Heures Florales Cerisier
Audacity: Bulgari, Octo Finissimo Ultra 10th Anniversary
Timekeeping: Grand Seiko, Kodo Constant-Force Tourbillon
Revelation: Sylvain Pinaud, Origin
Special Jury Prize: François Junod, automaton maker and sculptor

Ferdinand Berthoud FB 2RSM.2-1
In the Mechanical Exception category, the Ferdinand Berthoud FB 2RSM.2-1 was awarded.


Tudor Pelagos FXD
Tudor Pelagos FXD, winner of the award in the Underwater category.


Tag Heuer Monaco Gulf
In the Iconic category, the winner was the Tag Heuer Monaco X Gulf.


H. Moser & Cie. Pioneer Cylindrical Tourbillon Skeleton
The Pioneer Cylindrical Tourbillon Skeleton from H. Moser & Cie. won the Tourbillon category.


Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda PF Automatic 36 mm
The Tonda PF Automatic 36 mm by Parmiginai Fleurier was awarded in the Women's Watch category.


Grönefeld 1941 Grönograaf Tantalum
Among the chronographs, it was the Grönefeld 1941 Grönograaf Tantalum that triumphed.


M.A.D. Editions M.A.D.1 Red
In the Challenge category, the prize was awarded to M.A.D.1 Red from M.A.D. Editions.