Lamp model 1715/0519, designed by Josef Hůrka in the 1960s for the Napako company. The lamp has a conical shape made of frosted, milky, triplexopal glass. The shade stands on a metal tripod which is painted black. One leg goes from the base to the top of the lamp, where it is curved and topped with a wooden ball. Josef Hůrka was a Czech designer who worked for Napako for much of his life. Napako was founded in 1919 and its name is derived from the initial letters "Nástrojáři" (toolmakers) - "Pasíři" (passers) - "Kovotlačitelé" (metal printers). They became famous in their time thanks to the works of Josef Hůrka. The lamp is in very good original condition. The bulb with E27 thread is used.
The word Nanovo in Czech means something "anew", "afresh" or "again". We stumbled upon the name of our shop as we were chilling at Berlin's university in 2009. Two years later in 2011 our Nanovo shop opened. We are a shop with Czechoslovak and international post-war design, we sell and renovate furniture and we also design interiors. In 2016 we have received the Czech Grand Design Award "Shop of the Year". In 2019, we were awarded the EDIDA Award - Elle magazine award for Jiří Jiroutek's furniture reissue.