DCW Lamp Gras N°206 Table 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 Gras' most enthusiastic supporters, using the lamps in his own offices.
The frame is made of black satin painted steel, the base is made of solid oak wood.
|DCW éditions PARIS
|Bernard Albin Gras
|Weight in kg
|Dimensions in cm
|ca. 66 cm (total height), Lamp arm: ca. 31 cm, Lamp rod: ca. 20 cm
|Dimensions shade in cm
|H 15,5 x Ø 15,5
|Dimensions stand in cm
|Energy efficiency classes of the light
|A++ to F (A++ is the highest efficiency and F is the lowest efficiency)
|CLII - E14 - max. 11 W - not included
|200 cm; switch on the cable, 14 cm from the base.