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Through the past five years I have been running a blog dedicated to car design with an experimental approach. I was eager to establish a bridge with the design community and to gain experience on the web.

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The piano for PLEYEL.


  • Peugeot Design Lab, Piano Pleyel
  • Peugeot Design Lab, Piano Pleyel
    Peugeot Design Lab, Piano Pleyel


    First unveiled on the occasion of the 2012 Paris MOndial de l’Automobile, the ultra modern Pleyel piano has been introduced to the international public for the first time during Milan Design Week. The revolutionary piano designed by the Peugeot Design Lab, is at the core of a unique experience at teh exhibition, with three pianists alternating at the keyboard and a dynamic light show changing with the sound.


  • Peugeot-Design-Lab-ONYX-Sofa-001
  • Peugeot-Design-Lab-ONYX-Sofa-001


    The Peugeot-Pleyel piano is the fruit of the co-operation between two companies that are 200 years old. The body and
    soundboard of the piano are made of wood, the lid and leg are made of carbon fibre. The development of this piano took years of research, study and testing. The objective was to retain the unique high quality PLEYEL sound, simultaneously subtle, colourful, powerful in bass and scintillating in treble, in harmony with the timbre and touch specific to the brand.


    In our video interview Gilles Vidal tells the mission of Peugeot Design Lab