DCW Lampe Gras N°317 table lamp-black round classic
In 1921, French Engineer and Inventor Bernard-Albin Gras designed a series of lamps with the view to improve working conditions in offices, research laboratories and industrial environments. The exquisite simplicity of the Lampe Gras immediately attracted the renowned architect Le Corbusier with its pure function and freedom from superfluous adornment, leading the architect to use the lamps in his own offices and numerous projects around the world. Other early adopters of the Lampe Gras include Sonia Delaunay, Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. With astounding simplicity and robust construction, the Lampe Gras quickly became equally popular in residential properties as it was in professional environments, securing its position as a truly timeless design classic.
The Lampe Gras N°317 Table Lamp is made of steel with a black satin finish and comes with a black shade. The N°317 features a telescoping arm for easy adjustment and a switch on the base.
|Manufacturer||DCW éditions PARIS|
|Designer||Bernard Albin Gras|
The black switch is on the base.
|Weight in kg||2,4 kg|
|Dimensions in cm||Height max. ca. 80 cm, depth 36 cm (arm folded) or 70 cm (arm unfolded)|
|Dimensions shade in cm||H 17,5 x Ø 14 cm|
|Dimensions stand in cm||Ø 23 cm|
|Energy efficiency classes of the light||A++ to E (A++ is the highest efficiency and E is the lowest efficiency)|
|Bulb||230 V / 50 Hz 1 x 11 Watt E 14, not included|