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G FORCE | TEMPLE SIMPSON

Hip to the Square

By Hayley Kaufman
Globe Staff / June 4, 2009

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Temple Simpson thinks about chairs without backs. You see, a chair without a back encourages the person sitting on it to be upright or, better yet, to lean in across a table. A chair without a back fosters intimacy but not repose. All of which makes it the perfect seat for an informal restaurant, a busy hub where all kinds ... (Full article: 438 words)

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