Lampe Gras Model N411 Floor Lamp

Set of dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the Lampe Gras Model N411 Floor Lamp measuring height and width

The Lampe Gras Model N411 Floor Lamp is designed with a black rounded base which transitions to a thin tube and bends in a rectangular fashion towards the top with the metal shade at the top. Created by the French designer Bernard-Albin Gras in 1921, the design was meant to provide mobile lighting for commonplace workers. The Lampe Gras Model N411 Floor Lamp is designed with a steel body, and is available in a chrome, matte black, or white powder-coated finish. The lamp became iconic, and was even added to the home and workplace of Le Corbusier.

The Lampe Gras Model N411 Floor Lamp has an overall height of 54" (137 cm).

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Height: 
54.0” | 137 cm
Width:
Depth:
Length:
20.0”-40.0” | 51-102 cm
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Weight:

Base Diameter: 10.5” | 27 cm
Shade Diameter:
5.5” | 14 cm

Materials:
Cast steel body; Bakelite sphere motion component
Designer:
Bernard-Albin Gras
Year:
1921

Properties

Drawings include:
Lampe Gras Model N411 Floor Lamp side elevation (large), side (medium), front, back, plans

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Floor lamps are tall freestanding light fixtures that can be easily rearranged within a space. Typically supported by a tall pole inserted into a weighted base, floor lamps are commonly used in residential settings as an essential and functional component of a living room or reading room layout.