Dimensions

Weight 6 kg
Arm height 67 cm
Base height 16 cm
Base width 13.5 cm
Gross weight 7 kg
Rod height 37 cm
Shade diameter 22 cm
Shade height 22 cm

Materials

Base finish Black
Materials Stainless Steel 316, Celoron, Aluminium, Borosilicate glass, Silicone seals
Shade finish Black Shade

Specification

Certifications CE
Dimmable No
Ip rating 64
Light bulb cap type E27
Light bulb type LED
Max wattage 23 w
Suitable for contract use Yes

An XL outdoor version of the Lampe Gras N°222, it elegantly carries its head like no other.

Made of 316 stainless steel, the Outdoor Seaside range is resistant to rain, snow and saltwater as well as extremes of heat and cold.


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. There are neither screws nor welded joints in the basic form. In 1927 the Ravel company purchased the patent and started production of the GRAS lamps.

Bernard-Albin Gras was one of the most innovative designer of the 20th century. The functional esthetic 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 user-friendliness of the lamps 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 this trend as well. Furthermore, such well-known artists as Sonia Delaunay and Georges Braque also used these lamps in their studios. For the first time in history, a lamp was equally popular in professional as well as in residential applications. Bernard-Albin Gras’ talented and visionary design has proven to be timeless.


DCW Editions is a producer of objects : objects whose roots are in the past, whose use is in the present and whose vision is for the future, all of which have three things in common : They are well conceived, well designed and well made.