- Distinguishing features
Christophe Delcourt’s journey is the one of a demanding and committed designer. But also the one of an artisan, who tirelessly puts the work back into the craft and goes beyond his own convictions to forge a path forward.
At the end of the 1990s, Christophe Delcourt appeared for the first time on the French furniture scene. A strong apparition for more than one reason, perfectly self-taught… But also, as far as his first objects were concerned, not only was he a designer, but also manufacturer and editor.
Then the first pieces of furniture were born. The encounter with a blacksmith artisan and his brother, a cabinetmaker, was decisive. The perfect balance between the purity of a drawing, the beauty of a material and the extreme care in production constitute the Christophe Delcourt style and is where it finds its full expression.
Delcourt slowly started to collaborate with companies small and large, French or foreign: Roche Bobois, Tectona, Baxter, HC 28, Van Rossum, or more recently, Collection Particulière, CC-Tapis, and Minotti.