Shop Arno Declercq Furniture & Decor
Arno Declercq is a Belgian designer and furniture maker renowned for his minimalistic and functional designs. His furniture is characterized by clean lines, simple forms, and a focus on sustainability. Declercq's designs are crafted with natural materials such as wood, leather, and stone. He is particularly interested in the relationship between the function of furniture and the aesthetics of the environment in which it is placed. His furniture pieces are designed to blend in with their surroundings, while still maintaining an individual presence. Arno Declercq's furniture embodies his vision of a modern, sustainable lifestyle that is both aesthetically pleasing and practical. His pieces are timeless and will never go out of style.
Arno grew up in a family with parents who loves to work with beautiful brands and objects.
His father studied at the Royal Academy of Arts fashion department, he worked for Bikkembergs and made his own fashion brands, but has also collected tribal art for more than 20 years. His mother, who worked with his father from the beginning, bought a shoe store in 2010 where they sold brands such as Rick Owens, ann Demeulemeester, Maison Martin Margiela, and more.
With an interest in beauty, he learned from his parents, Arno studied interior design, and after learning a lot about materials and with great knowledge of history he designed interiors and opened his own gallery for ethnographic art and design. after a year he closed the gallery and started his own brand of rough bespoke items which he launched in May 2017.
Each collection comes to the idea that there are too few interiors where they no longer have the big and static vases and candlesticks that the people had in big houses over 100 years ago. by focusing on architecture, ancient arts and design, defense buildings (bunkers and fortresses), and tribal arts, he creates collections that have already been found in more than 40 international galleries. Shop Arno Declercq furniture and home decor online below at Modern Relik