55 × 170 × 40 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||After partial renovation|
A floor lamp produced by NAPAKO under the model number 1703, created by the company’s in-house designer Josef Hůrka in the 1950s. Hůrka was behind most of NAPAKO’s well-known lighting designs. This lamp consists of a chrome-plated iron frame nicknamed "the grasshopper", which can also be seen in other designs from this time. The main rod of the lamp is supported by hairpin legs, which are formed from thinner rods bent into a V shape. The lamp has been partially refurbished, with a newly made parchment shade. It is fully functional and in excellent condition.