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Exhibited for the first time at STATION as part of Beirut Design Week's eclectic program of events, Francis' swinging chairs consist of a metal frame upholstered in smart red leather, supported by lengths of pale beech wood and simple stainless steel cables.The swinging chairs are wider than an average dining chair and allow for ease of movement, a plus for those who prefer curling up or sitting with legs akimbo over the traditional straight-backed, feet on the floor posture.Showing a new design for the first time is always nerve-wracking, Francis added, as audience reactions are impossible to predict. At the STATION weekend market the chairs proved a hit, however, attracting curious visitors of all ages keen to take a swing on the suspended seating.
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