On Design 72: Peugeot’s design diversity
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5 January 2018
While best known for its cars, Peugeot has a diverse industrial design pedigree – spanning everything from bicycles to boats – that can be traced back to an altogether more homely object: the pepper mill.
5 January 2018
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