Main partner


As an international banking group, Mirabaud offers highly personalised private individuals, institutional clients as well as companies and professionals in finance, investment consulting and wealth and asset management services. Based in Geneva, Mirabaud has continued to develop over time and to date has 700 employees who, through their experience and skills, continue the entrepreneurial spirit that presided over the establishment’s foundation in 1819. The Group currently carries out its Wealth Management, Asset Management and Corporate Finance activities in the world’s main financial centres and has offices in Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, France, Spain, Italy, but also in Canada, Brazil, Uruguay and the United Arab Emirates. At the service of our clients, we are committed to sustainable finance and contribute to the well-being of society. Independence, conviction and responsibility are deeply rooted in our DNA and guide us on a daily basis.

Associate partners

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Presentation of the company Harsch

Harsch is a family business created in 1957 by Henri Harsch, the grandfather of the current CEO, Isabelle Harsch. From the start, Henri Harsch wanted to target his activities around the transport of works of art.

In 1973 Bertrand Harsch, his son, took over the management of the company and developed it for 40 years, specifically in international removals but also in Switzerland by opening subsidiaries in Basel and Zürich.

In recent years, the company has also specialized in company removals and archive management. It continues to grow today under the impetus of Isabelle Harsch, newly installed at the helm of the ship since 2015 and initiator in particular of various takeovers of transport companies.

Transport of works of art

For 3 generations, our entirely independent family company has put its know-how at the service of art. We transport, store and package the works in the best conditions in Switzerland and all over the world. Our boxes are made to measure, directly in our carpentry. Our vehicles are specially designed for the security of works of art, as are our storage facilities.

Thanks to the combined expertise of our teams of logisticians, technicians and storekeepers, we support all works of art projects: exhibitions, hangings, installations, museums, private individuals, and customs formalities.

Founding member of ICEFAT, we provide our customers with more than 65 years of experience to offer complete satisfaction. We are the logistics partner of the artgeneve art fair, which will hold its 11th edition in 2023.


Geneva is committed to sustainable tourism

Member of the Global Destination Sustainability Index, the Geneva Tourism & Congress Foundation has been committed to sustainability for several years. In accordance with the sustainable development goals adopted by the UN, in 2020 it approved a new strategy for the development of sustainable urban tourism to respond to current social, environmental and economic challenges.


Since 1838, Maison DEUTZ, a member of the former and prestigious Syndicat des Grandes Marques, has been developing champagnes of a particular style combining finesse, vinosity and complexity. Supplies on more than 300 hectares of vineyards located in the best vintages of the “historic” Champagne and a rigorous selection of the origin of the grapes allow DEUTZ to have a raw material of the highest quality. An extended aging in 3 kilometers of cellars dug in the heart of the Agene chalk to 30 meters of depth ensures to the champagne the blossoming and the complexity of its aromas. The range is wide. No less than fourteen different cuvées represent the bi-centenary know-how of the Deutz House.

Local partners


Le Cercle des Bains is a night bar, open from Thursday to Saturday. Its Sushi Lounge offers its Moriawazes, traditional Japanese assortments. We welcome you for all kinds of events, mainly during the “Quartier des Bains” days.



The chef welcomes you to this emblematic place in Geneva with a warm and relaxed atmosphere.

Passionate about their profession, the chef and his team work on the products and the cooking with the rigor and all the creativity inherited from a sometimes forgotten know-how.


In the heart of Geneva, the CAFE CUBA welcomes you in a warm atmosphere to the sound of salsa and the best Latin rhythms.

The CAFE CUBA since its opening in 1996 is renowned for its large selection of cocktails and tapas. Since September 2022, CAFÉ CUBA has changed its menu to LATIN CANTEEN.

Meals served from Tuesday to Saturday until midnight as well as 3 weekly suggestions


DOMUM is a showroom dedicated to modernist and contemporary design. The space brings together international creations, an eclectic choice of lighting and decorative accessories. Through the large windows, iconic pieces of Danish design: Finn Juhl, Hans Wegner, Borge Mogensen and Poul Kjærholm are highlighted. You will also be able to discover the furniture and objects that have marked the history of Brazilian design or the elegance of contemporary Japanese furniture. Italian classics are also highlighted with Tobias Scarpa, Gianfranco Frattini, Gio Ponti and Gino Sarfatti, pillars of the Italian modernist movement. The timeless furniture is complemented by a choice of lighting from designers such as Pierre Guariche, Paavo Tynell, Poul Henningsen. In addition to iconic reissues of modernist design and collections by contemporary designers, the space also showcases rare vintage pieces.

Laura Baer and Boris Liger, the founders and managers, are respectively EPFL architect and HEAD designer. They also offer architectural and interior design services. They designed their showroom as a meeting place for interior design enthusiasts and planning professionals, regularly organizing exhibitions where design, art, craftsmanship and know-how are highlighted. ‘honor.



It is in Geneva, in his studio, that Philippe Cramer designs unique pieces as well as limited editions. Depending on the project, Philippe selects the various artisans who will assist him in the execution of his works. The handmade imprint of its partner artisans; cabinetmaker, jeweler, marble worker, or even embroiderer; as well as that of the creator himself is found in the subtle nuances from one piece to another, always new. Poetic, durable and produced with carefully selected materials, his works attract the eye of discerning collectors.

Philippe owes his freedom to the fact of having founded his own studio, Cramer + Cramer in 2001. Designed as a laboratory, the gallery is above all, for the artist, a place of experimentation which allows him to develop his creative proposals without constraints. He likes to use traditional and ancestral techniques as well as taking the time to explore new manufacturing processes, materials and technologies.

Its forms, when they have, summon both ancient archetypes and the figure of the inner child to impose themselves on everyone with a disturbing familiarity. His works captivate with their sensuality: playful softness of forms, explosive joy of color, raw obviousness of the material, elegance, and finally, clean lines.

His work is born from an instinct more than an approach, from a gesture more than a concept. Each of his creations draws its source from the raw, visceral sensitivity of the artist, his interest in artifacts from the Ancient World and his fascination with the poetry of nature.

He creates rooms to live in, to share and to pass on to future generations.


Coming from a family of gallery owners and publishers, Philippe grew up in Switzerland and the United States with the living flame of creativity. Since the age of 20, he has designed works that are as dreamlike as they are practical, with the aim of enchanting the world while transforming it. It responds to the functional nature of design with the essentiality of art.

Philippe has been invited by various large houses, institutions or private clients to collaborate on projects. Recently he created accessories for Petit h de Hermès. He was commissioned by the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs to design rooms for the staff apartments in Geneva and Pretoria. United Nations Young Activists Summit as well as the Louis-Jeantet Foundation called on Philippe to design their prize. Dom Pérignon, Eternit, Editions Take 5, Bernhardt Design, Georg Jensen, Made. com, Winkreative and the City of Geneva among others have requested Philippe’s collaboration on various projects.

Banque Pictet commissioned him to create works for their headquarters. Philippe created the scenography for Night Fall, the ephemeral restaurant in Artgenève.

The Geneva Museum of Art and History dedicated an exhibition to him in the form of a carte blanche entitled “L’Ornement Jamais”. This set has since been included in the Museum’s permanent collection. Philippe was distinguished by the UBS Foundation for Culture for all of his work.

His works can be found in the collections of the Museum of Art and History, Maison Tavel, the Ariana Museum, MuDAC, Group Pictet as well as in private collections around the world.

His work has been exhibited in the Swiss Cultural Center in Milan, the Lapidarium museum in Prague, the Audi Foundation in Beirut, the Kicelli Museum in Budapest, as well as in the Edward Mitterrand, S. Bensimon and ArtCurial galleries in Paris, Ormond Éditions in Zurich or Caroline Freymond in Gstaad.

Many magazines have published in-depth articles on the work of Philippe Cramer, among others Wallpaper, Vogue (Germany, Brazil), Elle Decoration (France, Italy, Great Britain, Germany), AD (France, Italy, Germany), L ‘Official, Metropolis, Le Monde and The Chicago Tribune.

Photo credit © Annik Wetter

Media partners


Artpassions, Swiss art and culture magazine is a quarterly reference publication in French from the company SAM SA. Its unpublished articles, served by brilliant writers, iconography and elegant layout, explore quality artistic news in all its forms: painting, sculpture, architecture, graphic arts, design, photography, but also music, cinema…


Since 1984, Radio Cité Genève has broadcast its programs in the Geneva and Coast region on FM on the frequency 92.2. Complementary radio, Radio Cité Genève is not a radio like any other. With a professional and involved editorial and technical team, RCG relies on numerous content programs and musical programming in line with the expectations of listeners in its broadcast area.


MokaMag is the cultural magazine of 2 Savoie and Geneva. Immerse yourself in the cultural life of our region around a host of themes: concerts, theater, literature, art, shows, festivals, conferences… Space is offered for interviews with personalities, artist portfolios of all kinds and reports. MokaMag’s ambition is to give voice and visibility to people as well as cultural structures. The diversity of subjects is part of a desire for openness, a desire to demonstrate that the mixture of genres represents added value. That we can love opera and hard rock, practice kickboxing and be passionate about literature. MokaMag is the desire to elevate creativity, talent and emotion.


Radio Vostok is a regional media, anchored in the Geneva area, with a rock and innovative spirit. It produces cultural and informative content aimed at a wide audience, with the aim of promoting Geneva artists and local cultural life, both institutional and emerging. Radio Vostok produces the Vostok Sessions, public show cases live from its Grottes studios! It also produces outdoor broadcasts during cultural events.


COTE is a Swiss publishing house born and based in Geneva. It publishes three different lifestyle magazines in Switzerland: COTE Genève (FR/ENG), COTE Zurich (DE/ENG) and COTE Lugano (IT/ENG).

Through its articles written by journalists who are experts in the world of luxury, COTE Magazine depicts the codes of a high-end, international and urban art of living. Fashion, design, watches and jewelry, crafts and local commerce, gastronomy, travel and sports, arts and culture, are among his favorite themes.

COTE is the first and only local monthly in the premium universe, covering the entire Swiss territory with a circulation certified by REMP since 2006. The magazine defends values, initiatives and projects carried out by people who live and love the various regions of Switzerland. The objective is to provide a positive overview of what is being done locally to promote Swiss cities internationally.

In each issue of COTE, readers find exclusive interviews with local artists, CEOs, designers, entrepreneurs and stakeholders. These portraits are called “Face to Face”. COTE was also a pioneer in mixing vintage images and stories, long before magazines such as Vanity Fair and Vogue. This distinctive signature ensures that advertisers’ messages are always presented in a creative and original way.

COTE carefully chooses its distribution channels to get as close as possible to its target audience, a local and international readership with strong purchasing power. From presence in palaces and 5-star hotels to exclusive partnerships with clinics and private airlines like Swiss, COTE is where its readers are.


Since 2004, Espaces contemporains has established itself on the market and in hearts and brilliantly occupies the scene of design, decoration, architecture and current events in these fields. An exemplary showcase of the sector, it is today the essential leader of the sector in the French-speaking media landscape, it addresses all areas of contemporary visual culture, which it deciphers with enthusiasm and talent. A true link between the general public and professionals, the magazine boosts local creation by making it known and appreciated by an ever-widening audience. Through portraits of young designers, 100% Swiss made creations, home reports from creatives who live near us, walks that take us to idyllic places, bistros and local boutiques, City guides , dream interiors that take you on a journey to exceptional places…


Flash Léman, your mini-magazine for the Franco-Swiss Lake Geneva region

Formerly the cultural and sports agenda “Flash Loisirs” Annemasse-Genève created in October 1989 by Jean-Luc Nabet in Ambilly (first media since Napoleon). After more than 180 issues in paper format, our media was transformed into the Flash Léman online magazine “”.
We have the specificity of covering cultural and sporting events on both sides of the border: in Romandy, in Haute-Savoie and in the Pays de Gex. There you will find cross-border news from Greater Geneva and pages devoted to watchmaking and aeronautics.


CultureEnJeu and L’Agenda are two magazines working in the French-speaking cultural sector.
Since its launch in 2004, the CultureEnJeu magazine, published by the eponymous association, has been committed to journalistic coverage of cultural news, artistic, political and financial issues which underlie the Swiss cultural landscape and in particular French-speaking Switzerland. Thanks to in-depth and informed analyzes and surveys anticipating future political and public debates, CultureEnJeu offers an enlightened view, which notably enriches the perspective of professionals, political representatives and decision-makers. s.
L’Agenda, born in 2013, is committed to promoting artistic projects born or hosted in the region. Its calendar and focus articles focus on boulevard comedies, classic tragedies or contemporary creations, baroque, metal or pop concerts, ballet, sirtaki or break-dancing, exhibitions or children’s stories. All audiences, L’Agenda informs both enthusiasts and people simply curious to discover the richness of the French-speaking cultural soil.
Since 2023, the two associations have decided to install their respective content in “colocation”. Concretely, the paper version of the two publications appears in the form of a single journal with complementary missions, the contents of which are placed head to tail.