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 DCW Éditions

French Design Lighting

DCW Éditions is a French company, created in 2008 by Philippe Cazer and Frédéric Winkler, which quickly stood out for the careful reissue of the Lampe Gras, by the inventor Bernard-Albon Gras, the first articulated lamp in history (1921) that was popular with Le Corbusier in his time.

Their work continued with the reissue of Bernard Schottlander's beautiful sculpture lamps, the Mantis Lamps, created in 1951 and inspired by Calder's mobiles, then Bertrand Balas' astonishing suspensions, Here Comes the Sun (1970).

As the past is nothing without the future, DCW Éditions is constantly innovating, for example by publishing In the Tube, specially designed by the world-famous architect Dominique Perrault and his partner Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost, or the beautiful lights of the French artist Eric de Dormaël. 

DCW pendant & ceiling lamps

Gras Ceiling lamps
Bernard-Albin Gras, 1921
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Les Acrobates de Gras
Bernard-Albin Gras, 1921
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Here Comes the Sun
Bertrand Balas, 1970
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Org
Sebastian Summa, 2019
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DCW wall Lamps

Map 1 & Map 2
Eric de Dormael, 2019
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DCW table lamps

DCW wireless lamps

Knokke & Boucle
Éric de Dormael, 2019
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In the Sun
D. Perrault et G. Lauriot-Prévost
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DCW floor lamps

Gras Floor lamps
Bernard-Albin Gras, 1921
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DCW outdoor lamps

Gras Lamps
Bernard-Albin Gras, 1921
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DCW mirrors

Mirror MbE
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