Galerie Parallèle offers you a selection of original, restored and vintage ceiling and wall lamps, corresponding to the design of Eastern countries during the soviet era. The magazine includes Polish and Czech designers' lightings.
MANUFACTURER : Napako Wall lamp from Eastern Europe for the Czech manufacturer Napako. It dates back to the 1960s. This the model 0325 which is rare. The structure is made of metal and the light-scattering part is made of Plexiglas. The inclination of the head is adjustable.
Vintage wall lamp from the 1970s. It comes from the Czech Republic. This lamp is made of metal painted red. The reflector contains a plexiglass part. The electrical system has been refurbished. This wall lamp is in good vintage condition.
Pair of wall lights from the Czech Republic. It dates back to the 1970s. These lamps are made of metal painted white and chromed. The orientation of the head is adjustable. This pair is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Pair of wall lamps designed by Josef Hurka for the Czech publisher Napako. This pair dates back to the 1960s. This model is made of a black painted metal part and a plastic diffuser. These lamps are in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Helena Frantova MANUFACTURER : Okolo Eastern European lamp designed by Helena Frantova. It was realised in 1953 for Okolo. This light can be used as a table lamp or a wall lamp. This lamp is in a vintage condition. The lampshade is tailored and is a copy of the original.
MANUFACTURER : Napako Ceiling light from the Eastern countries for Napako from the 1960s, typ 1103. This light is made of a circle glass plate decored with an abstract composition. The construction is made of metal.