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Pepper mill. Maple-wood. PZ01

€125.00

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Pepper mill. Maple-wood. PZ01

€125.00

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  • Pepper mill in maple-wood.

    Diameter (cm):  7.00
    Height (cm):  29.50
Design Peter Zumthor
  • Peter Zumthor

    Peter Zumthor was born in Basel in 1943. He is one of the most interesting international architects of the 21st century. Having studied at the Schule fuer Gestaltung in Basel and at the Pratt......

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PZ01
The work of Swiss architect Zumthor, this pepper mill, which at first sight is reminiscent of the mushroom-shaped wooden pillars supporting the roof of a Walser Alpine house, was initially made by the designer as a single unique piece. It entered production in 2006, made from a prized European wood.