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Ceiling Lamp Gras, Double Globe

by Bernard-Albin Gras

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The Lampe Gras was originally designed by Bernard Albin-Gras for use in offices and industrial environments as a table lamp. It was astounding in its simple, robust and yet very ergonomic design. There were neither screws nor welded joints in the basic form. It has been declined as floor, table, pendant and wall lamp with different arm length, indoor/outdoor uses and different shade colors and forms. Its distinctive industrial design has made this lamp a bestseller for most settings. This Double Globe Ceiling Lamp, created with wonderful proportions, adjustable in height (min 33.9"”, max 59.1") is the perfect lamp for a kitchen island, a dining table or a home office.

DCW Editions is a French design brand specializing in lighting. Best known for the Lampe Gras, a re-edition of the iconic 1921 lamp, they draw inspiration from the past to create chic and timeless quality lights, designed to last.

Double Globe Ceiling Lamp Gras 314, by Bernard Albin-Gras for DCW Editions
- Industrial design
- Ceiling Mount ∅4.5"
- Max Height 64", Width 22.2"
- 2 x E27 (Max 15 W) LED (not included)
- US compatible but not ETL certified
- Hardwired, requires installation
- Made in China
- Free shipping


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Bernard-Albin Gras
Bernard-Albin Gras

In 1921 Bernard-Albin GRAS designed a series of lamps for use in offices and in industrial environments. The GRAS lamp, as it was subsequently called, was astounding in its simple, robust and yet very ergonomic design with neither screws nor welded joints. In 1927 the Ravel company purchased the patent and started producing the GRAS lamp. Bernard-Albin Gras was one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century. The functional aesthetic of his lamps and especially the design of details such as those of the arms, stems, brackets and bases were truly original and far ahead of his time. Early on Le Corbusier was seduced by the modern design and functionality of the lamp and became one of Bernard-Albin GRAS’s most enthusiastic supporters using the lamps in his own offices as well as employing them in numerous architectural projects all over the world. Others such as Robert Mallet-Stevens, Jacques Emile Ruhlmann and Eileen Gray followed on. Well-known artists such as Sonia Delaunay and Georges Braque also used the Gras lamp in their studios. For the first time in history, a lamp was equally popular in professional and in residential settings. Bernard-Albin Gras’ talented and visionary design has proven to be timeless.