Dozens of DRUPOL products have gone off the market and will be forever forgotten. But people still remember the red lamp No. 21616 with love.

The lamp was designed by the Czech artist and industrial designer Josef Hůrka. Hůrka's work has been significant since the 1940s, when he focused mainly on the design of electrical appliances. Later, after the retirement of electrical appliances from the production of his former employer, which was the NAPAKO production cooperative, he switched to the design of lights. His work is influenced by minimalism and Czech functionalism. In the 1960s, his work was presented in classic Brussels style.

After discovering that only a few of the original pieces of the 1960s have been kept and cannot be practically obtained, we have decided to restore the production for the 80th anniversary of the founding of the cooperative. We are delighted to introduce you to a new line up of this lamp that represents the Brussel timeless style, both in the original red color and in other color variants.

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