Lamp Gras 312 DCW éditions PARIS Ceiling lamp
Ou 3X €148.00 sans frais
Little sister of the Lampe Gras N°312 L, this Lampe Gras N°312 ceiling lamp consists of a very long arm with double elbows articulated at 360° and an adjustable reflector available in conical and round versions.
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LED bulb offered with each lamp
- Interior ceiling lamp
- Rond (Ø14 cm x 14 cm) ou Cône (Ø21 cm x 15 cm)
- min 80cm ou max 150cm
- Articulated arms size
- min. 50 cm or max. 100 cm
- connecting rod
- 20 cm
- Double elbow: 36 cm x 2 (72 cm)
- IP protection
- IP 20
- Electric class
- Classe I
- Reflector shape
- Round or Cone
- Type of lights
- Ceiling lamps
- Dining room
Created in 2008, DCW is the acronym of Desbordes, Cazer, Winkler.
The company has had exclusive rights to reissue several collections of cult lighting.
She quickly stood out for the careful reissue of the Lampe Gras, by inventor Bernard-Albin Gras, the first articulated lamp in history (1921) that Le Corbusier praised in his time and which continues to attract collectors from whole world ! Basically imagined as industrial light, this lamp is widely recognized for its incredible modernity and robustness thanks to the very ingenious mechanism.
They then launched the Surpil chair by Julien-Henri Porché, elegance requires.
Their work continued in 2013 with the reissue of the beautiful sculpture lamps by Bernard Schottlander, the Mantis Lamps created in 1951.
A true tribute to Alexander Calder, the Mantis forever mark the 1950s.
In 2014, they launched the first OUTDOOR Gras Lamps in size XL
A beautiful encounter in 2015: Bertrand Balas created Here Comes the Sun in 1970, an original pendant light, but when lit, becomes magic.
2017 THE ISP lamp by Ilia Potemine, a luminaire that has its roots in the past, which is thought and designed today, to be projected in the future.
2018, the BINY by Jacques Biny, the “atmospheric” collection IN THE SUN and the new ITT 360 ° tubes with flaps and wings by Dominique Perrault and Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost, as well as the start of the NEW COLLECTION by Éric de Dormael enhance the DCW collection.
"Objects, companions of everyday life, reliable in use, honest, well thought out, well made.
Design and elegant lighting to give a new vision of interior decoration. "