Dmoch, a Stockholm-based multidisciplinary studio founded by design trio David Ericsson, Marcus Berg, and Ania Pauser, recently introduced a lighting collection called Project Francis, consisting of quirky lamps that can be used in a variety of ways: strung as pendant lights, mounted as wall lights, or used as table or floor lamps. The pieces are crafted by hand from spin-formed aluminum (a rare art form practiced by a handful of local craftsmen today). For more information, go to Dmoch.
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