Christophe Delcourt makes his first appearance in the French furniture scene around the end of the 1990s.
In the case of those initial things, he is not only the designer but also the manufacturer and editor.
Tables, chairs, and lights swiftly sketch the contours of a cosmos that is both just and honest. The wood and steel forge pieces, whose apparent formal simplicity always conceals a faultless mastery of crafting.
The Christophe Delcourt style will find its complete expression in this exquisite balance between the purity of a drawing, the beauty of the material, and the extraordinary care of a maker. His destiny as a designer-editor now appears to be clear.
But, very quickly, the desire to challenge himself with different crafts and technicalities emerges. And Christophe Delcourt gradually begins to collaborate with small and major, French and foreign, editors, such as Roche Bobois, Tectona, Baxter, HC 28, Van Rossum, and, more recently, Collection Particulière, CC-Tapis, and Minotti.