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Exercise system wins design award

The Grand Prix du Design winners have been unveiled. One of the surprising recipients: an exercise system that looks like an outdoor playground for adults. It was designed by Vincent Clarizio, an industrial designer at Signature Design Communication in Montreal, and it's the brainchild of Eric Tomeo.

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