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L’ATELIER d’exercices is a French family business dedicated to the creation, publication and distribution of remarkable objects, furniture and systems with a twist.  The label translates its research and ideas concerning materials, functions, discovery and fun in refreshing and humorous everyday objects!Feather-holderBandit...
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L’ATELIER d’exercices is a French family business dedicated to the creation, publication and distribution of remarkable objects, furniture and systems with a twist.  The label translates its research and ideas concerning materials, functions, discovery and fun in refreshing and humorous everyday objects!

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Bandit Ruler (Sebastian Bergne for L’ATELIER d’exercices)

Hanging feather mobile (Tio for L’ATELIER d’exercices)

Cotton calendar (Maison Martin Margiela for L’ATELIER d’exercices)

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