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Gabriel's atelier is one of the offices of Gabriel Agreste and the office of Nathalie Sancoeur in the Agreste mansion.

Appearance

Gabriel's atelier is a large room with black and white tile in a diagonal checkerboard pattern. The room semi-funnels down to the center, where there is a large rectangular glass block that is purely architectural. On three sides there are magenta seats, with a very light yellow edge. The doors leading into the atelier have white grilles, with openings between them.

Right side

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A collage of Adrien Agreste.

On the right side of the room, there is a large golden-framed collage of photos of Adrien Agreste. Each photo has a white frame, with six photos in all. At the left end of the wall, small doors enclose a set of storage shelves. The doors into the room are to the right of the gold frame. To the right of that, Nathalie's work desk sticks out of the wall; she sits behind it in the corner of the room when using it.

Back

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The painting of Emilie Agreste.

The back wall has two large windows with a white grille. The windows have black drapes that are hung partially closed. Between the windows is a painted image of Emilie Agreste, done in the style of Gustav Klimt's Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. Directly in front of the painting is a large touchscreen monitor, with a white backing and stand.

Left side

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The three display alcoves.

The left wall has three display alcoves lit from above from black semi-dome shaped overhangs. Each alcove houses a women's-fashion-related sculpture that is white with black adornments, with a matching white etched drawing on a black back wall. Vertical black and white stripe wall patterns separate the alcoves.

During security lockdown, as seen in "Simon Says", the three sculptures and back-wall drawings recede from view, downward and upward respectively, exposing eight security viewscreens on the wall in each alcove.

Front

Angled wall

The angled wall of photos.

On the front wall are two windows similarly styled to the back windows but without drapes. The wall also is black and white, with vertical stripes. There is an additional angled wall between the front and left sides of the room, with a large, unframed black-and-white photo of Adrien above four smaller color photos of him in golden frames.

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Trivia

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Gabriel’s hidden vault revealed in "Volpina".

  • Behind the painting of Emilie Agreste, Gabriel hides a safe in the wall. That box contains the Peacock Miraculous, a book about Tibet, a ticket to Tibet, rolled-up pieces of old paper, and the Miraculous book, the latter being stolen by Adrien in "Volpina" and eventually ending up in Marinette’s hands.
  • The touchscreen monitor in the room can control the security system, which sets the entire Agreste mansion on lockdown, as seen in "Simon Says".
  • The painting has a hidden mechanism that turns on a hidden lift that leads to Hawk Moth's lair when Gabriel presses specific buttons on the painting.

Gallery

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ve Places
Fictional places
Within France

Agreste mansion (Adrien's roomGabriel's atelierHawk Moth's lairUnknown repository) • Césaire apartment (Alya's roomElla and Etta's roomNora's room) • Collège Françoise Dupont (Art classroomCafeteriaLibraryLocker roomMiss Bustier's classroomMr. Damocles' officeMs. Mendeleiev's classroom) • Couffaine houseboatFu's massage shopIce rinkLe Grand Paris (Chloé's room) • LibertyLila's roomSwimming poolThéo's studioTom & Sabine Boulangerie Patisserie (Marinette's balconyMarinette's room) • TVi studioVincent Aza's room

Outside of France

Guardians' temple

Other places

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Real life places
Within France

Arc de TriompheCanal Saint-MartinChamp de MarsChamps-ÉlyséesEiffel TowerFontaine du PalmierGrand PalaisHôtel de VilleÎle aux CygnesJardins du TrocadéroJardin des TuileriesLouvreLouvre PalaceMénagerie du Jardin des PlantesMétroMusée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de ParisMusée GrévinNotre-Dame de ParisObélisque de LouxorPalais de TokyoParc des PrincesParisPlace de la ConcordePlace des VosgesPont de la TournellePont des ArtsPont MarieRoue de ParisSeineSorbonneTour MontparnasseTrocadéro

Outside of France

New York City

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