DCW Lamp Gras N°210
In 1921, Bernard Albin Grass 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.
The DCW Lampe Gras N°210 was designed as a wall lamp and is made of steel. The frame is lacquered in black satin. The lamp shades are available in black satin, chrome, yellow, red, blue, white, frosted glass, brass, copper, raw copper, white with copper inside, black with copper inside, copper with white inside and raw copper with white inside. The wall lamp can be individually aligned.
|Manufacturer||DCW éditions PARIS|
|Designer||Bernard Albin Gras|
Please be aware that the shades made of raw copper and brass are developing a natural decorative patina over time.
|Weight in kg||3,5|
|Colour||blue, chrome, yellow, copper, red, black, white|
|Size (h x Ø) in cm||Classic, round: 14 x Ø 14|
|Dimensions in cm||Wall mount 78 cm high, each rod 39 and 20 cm long|
|Energy efficiency classes of the light||A++ to F (A++ is the highest efficiency and F is the lowest efficiency)|
|Bulb||CLII - E14 - max. 11 W - not included|