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4 Lighting Ideas For The Home With DCW

Posted on Dec 5, 2015 by

In 1921, Bernard-Albin Gras designed a series of robust, ergonomic lamps for offices and industrial environments. Gras was one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century. Over 90 years later, the timeless Gras lamp is collected and coveted by design-conscious homeowners as well as professionals. We take inspiration from these exceptional homes, each demonstrating a different use for the iconic lamp.

No.1 | Bedroom | A pair of articulating bedside lamps creates smart symmetry by day and serves a practical purpose at night.

No. 1 | Bedroom

No. 1 | Bedroom
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No. 2 | Living Room | A clamp-on lamp adds height and interest to a low table and provides downward light for evening entertaining.

No. 2 | Living Room

No. 2 | Living Room
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No. 3 | Kitchen | Suspended lights from the ceiling can be repositioned depending on how the space is being used.

No. 3 | Kitchen

No. 3 | Kitchen
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No. 4 | Study | A good task lamp will provide strong focused light for desktop reading and writing.

No. 4 | Study

No. 4 | Study
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This feature was taken from Warehouse Home Issue Three, which you can read in full here or in the reader below:

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