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                                  It's all about points of view and combinations; deconstructing and
                                  multiplying to avoid getting stuck in a rut.
                                  In 1907, the founding fathers of cubism, Pablo Picasso and Georges
                                  Braque – followed by the beacon of futurism, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti,
                                  in 1909 – revolutionized art history, turning it into a lifestyle. While the
                                  former represented what they saw in geometric forms to better reveal
                                  their own reality, the latter envisioned a brutal modernity in which shapes
                                  and colors clash within dynamic rhythms.
                                  From these artistic movements, we understand the importance of varying
                                  viewpoints to continually see things with a fresh eye; and having fun with
                                  shapes and materials to make architectural movement livelier.
                                  And so, DELABIE integrates this vision by creating products that are both
                                  "designer" and "innovative", by shifting the lines to combine convenience,
                                  functionality and esthetics. Viewing objects differently and thinking of
                                  tomorrow: a philosophy which has driven the House of DELABIE for
                                  more than 90 years.
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