DCW Lampe Gras 304 Classic Outdoor Wall Lamp

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The Gras No 304 Classic Outdoor Seaside lamp from DCW illuminates any outdoor space in a stylish way. With protection class IP 64, it can be used in protected outdoor areas and especially in front of the front door or under the carport. The wall lamp was already designed in the 1920s by Bernard-Albin Gras. The design is characterized by its industrial style, which fits perfectly with any atmosphere. Thanks to the movable lampshade, the light can be easily directed in the desired direction.


Bulb base E14 Light source Max 11W LED (not included)

IP rating 64 Protection class I

Voltage 220 - 240V

Certifications and labels CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards Fixture The diameter of the wall bracket is 9.5 cm

Dimmable No, but can be fitted with an aligned dimmer. Hardwired wall mount Yes Notes Vent plug on the glass

Size Description

Depth 15 cm
Diameter 14 cm
Height 14 cm
Weight 2,4 kg 

  • Bernard-Albin Gras

    <p>Bernard-Albin Gras was born the son of a draftsman and a homemaker in the small town of Saint-Raphaël, France. By the 1920s, he had become a tireless engineer and inventor with a passion for improving working conditions for ordinary laborers. Prolific in his work, Gras registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras in 1921. Few mobile lighting solutions existed then, and those that did were likely to shock anyone who attempted to move them. Gras sought a lamp that would shed light precisely where needed, with reflectors and supports for each task.</p> <p>Desiring one solution, he ended up developing three: a clamp lamp that could be moved from workbench to machine, a sliding lamp that could follow the user and a pivoting lamp that could be precisely positioned over a table. All are marked by his innovative Bakelite ball system and spring-balanced arm construction for flexible positioning – both well ahead of their time. His lamps soon found their way into machine shops, research laboratories, design studios and operating rooms.</p> <p>Architect Le Corbusier even seized upon the design for his very own projects because it met his ideology of the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. He would lead a wave of other early adopters that included Eileen Gray, Robert Mallet-Stevens and Man Ray, among others. Lampe Gras stands as its maker’s defining work, with a screw- and weld-free articulated design that is just as functional and appealing today as it was in its early years.</p>
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