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Tripatte by Different and Different

Nov 12, 2013
Tripatte rocks backward on its «third» leg to offer a relax position, which will seduce those who like to swing on their chair. This product is made of solid wood and stainless steel polished without chemical treatment.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GczzGFdM4K8Different and Different was founded...
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Tripatte rocks backward on its «third» leg to offer a relax position, which will seduce those who like to swing on their chair. This product is made of solid wood and stainless steel polished without chemical treatment.

Different and Different was founded in 2011 by  Adrien Camp and Cyril Jouve, Different and Different is a premium furniture design company , distinguished by their quality , originality and environmental friendly approach of design. Manufactured entirely in France, Different and Different products are sold in limited editions, signed and numbered. Each piece is a unique piece with a story of its own. Located in the heart of Berry in the region of La Chatre, this duo design studio is working with local artisans to limit its impact on the environment and enhance the knowledge of French craftsmanship.

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