Lucrecia moribunda has created the “Pagoda” floor lamp.
+ Design statement by Lucrecia moribunda
Again utilizing modern ceramic dishes from the depths of the cupboard I have fashioned a grandiose, ever extending, seven tiered floor lamp profusely immersed in suede floral at every juncture; the piece intrepidly stretches upward bearing similitude to some decorative tower residing in the the Englischer Garten jostling for the most advantageous altitude. Each tier boasts a right side up cup and saucer pairing while the base coupling projects a more contrasting point of view, the bottom being inverted and ”closed” as the top re-establishes congruence proceeding upward in stringent allegiance, ”opened”. As per the shade, a sculpted stiffel has been employed with twisted rope bordering tracing every curving contour.