Collection: Gras Lamp

The Gras Lamp is named after French designer Bernard Albin Gras. It was designed in 1921 with the concept of simple and functional design for studios and offices. Its unique structure and details, which do not use any screws or welding, were revolutionary in France at the time. After that, in 1927, production was taken over by RAVEL, who started production of it as "GRAS", and it seems that it caught the eye of many designers. It has been reproduced by DCW since 2008.
It is now attracting attention again as a lighting fixture beloved by Le Corbus, the master of modern architecture, and its simple yet sophisticated design has attracted many artists, architects, and celebrities.

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