- Brand:Delcourt Collection
- Designer:Christophe Delcourt
- Production:Made to Order
- Customizable Finish:Available
- Customizable Size:Available
- Customizable Upholstery:N/A
- Sustainable Certificates:FSC Certified Wood
Christophe Delcourt is not only a committed and daring designer, he also is an ardent defender of French craft industry. He launched his own furnishing company in the late 90’s and soon stood out with his pieces of furniture combining elegant lines and raw materials. Christophe Delcourt knows that the acquisition of a piece of furniture is “a long term investment, a true companion for life”.
To him, every new furniture collection is like an opportunity to reconsider his work through a slightly different point of view. Yet, the story always begins the same way, with the same passion and the same belief : everything comes from the material, the gesture and the know-how. An attention to every single detail one can read in every single piece designed by Christophe Delcourt, in his particular way to blend a certain rigour and an undeniable sensuality, in his sharp choice of wood, leather or stone. Purchasing a piece of furniture designed by Christophe Delcourt means undoubtedly choosing excellence.
French-born Christophe Delcourt graduated from Paris’ Cours Florent in 1988 and studied at the Theatre Ecole du Passage in 1989. Committed to designing furniture and objects, Delcourt opened his first studio in the Marais area of Paris in 1998.
Since then, he has designed for restaurants, hotels and boutiques and has exhibited furniture and lamps at Joyce Gallery in Paris. Over the past decade, his Paris-based firm has produced some of the most coveted and influential furniture of the new millennium.
Each piece bearing the Delcourt Collection stamp stands as testament to the integral relationship between the designer’s hand and the one of the craftsman: a French excellency which favors discretion over ostentatious effects, but has none the less become a true signature. Without ever relying on artifice, the hand lets the material speak. It tames its apparent rigor only to reveal its softness, the freedom, and versatility it offers, while preserving its unique character.