DCW éditions is a producer of objects: objects whose roots are in the past, whose use is in the present and whose vision is for the future, all of which have three things in common: They are well conceived, well designed and well made. DCW éditions production is the epitome of the object as a companion to living well, an object that is designed to last and act as a relay baton between generations. But nostalgia for the past is not what drives DCW éditions. All that matters is producing object that are true, honest and will stand the test of time. The various collections – Lampe Gras, Mantis, In The Tube, The ISP Lamp, Here Comes the Sun, Les Acrobates de Gras, the MbE Mirrors…are in permanent dialogue with each other, testament to DCW éditions commitment to producing timeless objects that never give in to fashion.
Rewire Selects from DCW éditions include Mantis (1951) by Bernard Schottlander, Biny (1955) by Jacques Biny, Here Comes the Sun (1970) by Bertrand Balas and the iconic Lampe Gras designed by Bernard-Albin Gras in 1921.