This international triennale of design and social innovation takes place in prestigious locations across Liege and its province, with the participation of other cities of the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. Since its first edition in 2012, Reciprocity has questioned design and its impact in cultural, economic and social contexts. Its main mission is to provoke, value, and welcome international expressions generated by an open and diversified approach. Here, design is intended as a critical space of research/action; a place for the reflection and production of ethical and sustainable projects. The main highlights of this edition include Handle with Care, an exhibition focusing on the dialogue and distance between cure and care through 70 objects – from everyday devices that have been rethought and redesigned to objects that enable individuals to take care of themselves; Fabrica: Confessions, in which Oliviero Toscani has worked with designers, architects, graphic artists, photographers and video-makers from Fabrica to create a “portrait” of themselves; and Design for [every]one, a feature that celebrates “open design” that hacks, adapts and corrects our environments.