DCW Lampe Gras 205 Desk Lamp
In 1921, Bernard Albin Gras designed a series of lamps for the use in offices and in industrial environments. The Gras-lamp, as it was subesequently called, was astounding in its simple, robust and very ergonomic design: there are neither screws nor welded joints in the basic form. Early on, Le Corbusier was seduced by the modern design and user-friendliness of the lamps and became one of Bernard-Albin Grass’ most enthusiastic supporters, using the lamps in his own offices.
With the ‘Acrobates de Gras’ suspension lamp collection, DCW is exploring new territory: completely free of the characteristic joint mechanisms, the acrobats integrate themselves effortlessly into the familiar aesthetics.
Materials: Adjustable arms with rotatable base, steel base and arms lacquered black or white or in chrome, metal shade in round or conic shape in black, red, blue, yellow or in chrome or black with copper interior, white with copper interior, copper, copper with white interior, raw copper or raw copper with white interior or white opal glass
Max (W): 11W, E27
Base: DIA175 mm
Arms: W390+200 mm
Round Shade: DIA140 x H140 mm
Conic Shade: DIA150 x H90 mm