Designer, scenographer, and interior designer. At 28, Christian Ghion opens his studio together with Patrick Nadeau, and in 1991, they receive the "grand prix de la création de la ville de Paris". Their collaboration will last 10 years.
In 1999, he has a show at the Néotu gallery, and signs creations for brands such as Cappellini, Driade, Daum, Salviati, Sawaya & Moroni, and XO. At the same time, he works on packaging design for Lanvin, Yves Saint Laurent, Dior, Guerlain and others.
In the first decade of the new millennium, he creates scenographies for numerous exhibitions: Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Musée de la Poste, Fondation Cartier, Biennale de design de Saint-Étienne, in addition to the "Le Luxe Francais" show organized by Comité Colbert at Shanghai in 2005. His work is present in the collections of Fond National d'Art Contemporain, Musée des Arts Décoratifs di Parigi, and at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
He works on many interior design projects, among which the Chantal Thomass boutique designed to recall the atmosphere of a "contemporary boudoir", the stores of Jean Charles de Castelbajac and the restaurants of Chef Pierre Gagnaire.
Among his most known works in recent years are the new cutlery collections and limited editions for Laguiole, his "vases communicants" shown at the Cat Berro gallery and the new line of jewelry "Twist again" for Christofle. He also wins the Red Dot Design Award for an "artwork radiator" by Runtal, made in DuPont™ Corian®.
In recent years, he begins a collaboration with Nespresso, designs the "Garden" collection for Christofle, and – in collaboration with Pierre Gagnaire – designs some of the kitchen accessories for Alessi. In 2013, his "Spirit" sculpture (Seoul, Korea) is inaugurated. In 2014, the city of Aix-en-Provence awards him the design of the largest water wall in Europe, which covers the Juvénal-Mozart Bridge.