Adapted by Le Corbusier, Braque and Matisse, the Gras lamp was created in 1921 by French architect Bernard-Albin Gras. This young engineer invented a screwless and seamless mechanism, giving his lamps a flawless ergonomic design that soon saw them appearing in homes everywhere! With production ending during the Second World War, they are still valued amongst antiques dealers today and are real collector’s pieces. Don’t fancy getting up at the crack of dawn on a Sunday morning to get your hands on one from your local flea market? Well, the brand DCW has reissued these mythic Gras models, so now you don’t have to! Just order one from Smallable and stay snuggled up in bed!