DCW Éditions


Founded by Philippe Cazer and Frédéric Winkler in 2008, DCW Éditions began by reissuing the lighting designs of French designer Bernard-Albin Gras and British designer and sculptor Bernard Schottlander. Gras’ Lampe Gras, renowned for its ergonomics and simplicity, was one of the first articulated lamps, used in workshops, laboratories and offices, including those of Le Corbusier, Sonia Delaunay and Henri Matisse. Whereas Schottlander’s Mantis lamps saw the combination of his artistic and industrial backgrounds pay elegant homage to the work of Alexander Calder, DCW Éditions has since produced more contemporary models, including those by designer Bertrand Balas and architects Dominique Perrault and Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost.


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