- Brand:Delcourt Collection
- Designer:Forest & Giaconia
- 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.
Forest & Giaconia
Curious of every contemporary thing, Clémentine Giaconia and Frédéric Forest cultivate a discreet elegance which can even be found at their studio/office in Paris 7th Arrondissement. A work space the duo adopted for its great bay windows, its beautiful light, its calm. "It is like our second home, we go there with just as much pleasure during the week as on Sunday afternoons, Clémentine confides." An improvised console shelters a few mockups, a scented candle, some books. A sofa invites us to an informal conversation. There is here something almost domestic. But one should not be mistaken: Clémentine and Frédéric’s studio actually is den to two workaholic, curious of everything and of a rare preciseness, in their outlook as well as in their approach. Their ambition? To enable for their clients a global vision, and that writing which one, of course, feels nurtured by travels, readings, exhibitions… but also, and foremost, a fair observation of their time, its expectations and their interlocutors.