The steel sheet is folded in four places to create a niche for resting new envelopes, important post or mail that needs to be sent, and a smaller raised dent for holding pens.
"A home for your letter writing paraphernalia or a stand for your incoming or outgoing mail, Post Point accommodates envelopes, cards and pens," said Bergne.
The shape narrows diagonally after each crease in the material to look like the back of an envelope. A small magnet holds stamps in place.
The letter holder can be hooked onto the wall using a hole in the back or simply rested on a flat surface. Post Point is on show at this year's Maison&Objet trade fair outside Paris, which concludes tomorrow.
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