DCW Lampe Gras N°230 Floor Lamp
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 simle, 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.
Due to the tall stainless steel body in satined black, the N°230 is an imposing and robust yet filigrane floor lamp. The three integrated ball joints enable a high flexibility to adjust it for all your needs.
With pivots on the base (86°), at the upper end of its body (250°) and directly under the lamp shade (215°), the DCW Lampe Gras N°230 can serve as a spot light just as well as a source for indirect lighting. With its versatility, it is easy to understand how the lamp quickly found its way out of the workshops into modern living spaces.
|Product Group||Floor Lamps|
|Manufacturer||DCW éditions PARIS|
|Designer||Bernard Albin Gras|
|Size (h x w x d) in cm||175 x Ø 32 cm|
|Dimensions shade in cm||H 24 x Ø 13,5 cm|
|Dimensions stand in cm||Ø 32 cm|
Tiltable and pivotable on all three joints:
On the base: 86°
|Colour||blue, chrome, yellow, red, black|
|Energy efficiency classes of the light||A++ to F (A++ is the highest efficiency and F is the lowest efficiency)|
|Bulb||CLII - E27 - max. 15 W - bulb not included|
|Cable||black, 180 cm with switch 30 cm from the stand|
|Product Weight in kg||9|