The website and domain belongs to AITANA DE MIGUEL FONT, ID 4******3T (hence forward named after as the trading name ATELIER RESISTANCE) residence in C/ de Sant Pere Més Alt, 36, 08003 Barcelona and email 

Intellectual and industrial property

The rights of the content of this website, including the texts, images, graphic designs, brands and other distinctive signs (henceforward “content”), belong to ATELIER RESISTANCE or third parties who have authorized their use. ATELIER RESISTANCE presents this content to inform about their services and products. ATELIER RESISTANCE authorizes the use of the content for non-commercial uses, as long as the source is clearly indicated. If the content is used in websites, a link to the homepage of this website will have to be included. ATELIER RESISTANCE keeps the right to initiate the proper legal actions, in defence of her intellectual and industrial property. 

Presentations of the content of this website are not authorized in an external window to (framing). 

Content responsibility

Even if ATELIER RESISTANCE behaves with the utmost diligence, it could happen that some data or information is not fully updated at the time the user visits the website. Thus, ATELIER RESISTANCE manifests that the references, products and services presented in her website have a guiding function and they do not oblige ATELIER RESISTANCE until the express contracting of the product.

ATELIER RESISTANCE reserves the right to modify unilaterally, at any moment and without previous notice, the presentation, configuration and content of the website. 

ATELIER RESISTANCE will not be responsible for the information that can be obtained through the links included in this website. 

Use conditions

The use of this website implies the full acceptance of the terms and conditions of the current legal notice. Possible conflicts regarding this website will be solved exclusively by Spanish Law. Every person use of the website, regardless of the territorial jurisdiction from where the website is being accessed, accepts the compliance and respect of these clauses, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may apply. 

Information regarding dispute resolution in line with Article 14, paragraph 1. of Regulation on consumer ODR (Online Dispute Resolution)

The European Commission offers consumers the opportunity to solve disputes in one of its platforms following Article 14, paragraph 1 of ODR. The platform ( serves as a webpage in which consumers can try to reach agreements without going to trial regarding the disputes arising in online purchases and service contracts. 

Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):

The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform ( serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.