Project Francis Lamps by DMOCH

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Swedish design duo David Ericsson and Marcus Berg founded DMOCH, together they created the Project Francis lamp that’s intended to bring a poetic and humorous element to traditional lighting fixtures. The lamps are full of quirky shapes, vibrant colors and odd mounting techniques; their whimsical presence brings a touch of magic to any home setting. They are versatile as well, could be strung like pendant lights, mounted as wall lights or even used as table and floor lamps.

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