There is a rawness to the Pagoda floor lamp that gives it an organic feel, despite being inspired by a man-made structure. A towering tiered light fixture, just like the religious structures it was named after, it will certainly inspire a sense of worship -- at least in regards to the talented and skilled designer who created it.
That designer happens to be Lucrecia Moribunda. The Pagoda floor lamp was made using modern ceramic dishes that Moribunda found in the depth of his cupboards, which was then immersed in suede floral to give the entire light fixture a uniform look. Upon closer inspection, you can see the alternating cups and saucers that make up the impressive Pagoda floor lamp. It is given an extra vintage flair thanks to the Victorian-esque lampshade placed on top.