Galerie Parallèle offers you a selection of original, restored and vintage floor lamps, corresponding to the design of Eastern countries during the soviet era. The magazine includes Polish and Czech designers' lightings.
Vintage metal floor lamp from the Eastern European countries and more precisely from the Czech Republic. It probably dates back to the 1960s. The height of the shade is adjustable by means of the metal rod. This lamp is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Tripod floor lamp designed by designer Josef Hurka for Czech editor Napako. This is the 1706 model from the 1960s. This luminaire is made of metal. It is in good vintage condition.
Metal Polish floor lamp from the 1950s. There are a magazine rack made of a red scoubidou and of a black glass plateau. This lamp is made of a beige and red lampshade elements that are removable. This lamp has been completely restored. The metal parts is repainted, the lampshade are custom-made and the electric system is new.
DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Floor lamp by the Czech designer Josef Hurka for Napako from the 1960s. It is made of painted and chromed metal. The head is adjustable. The electrical system has been refurbished. This luminaire is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Czechoslovakian floorlamp by Josef Hurka for Napako. This is a black tubular metal lamp from the 1960s. The electrical system has been refurbished but the original switch has been kept. The lampshade has been redesigned to measure, in fabric, in accordance with the original model.
DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Czech floor lamp by Josef Hurka for the manufacturer Napako. It dates back to the 1970s. This lamp is made of metal painted orange. It is composed of two heads whose height and orientation are adjustable. This lamp is in good vintage condition.