Hawa is an arabic word which designates the lightness an airy condition of something. It is the word chosen by Richard Yasmine for his design furniture collection called HAWA Beirut, of which airy and fluid shapes are a tribute to Lebanese architecture, and in particular to the arches that structure every pattern of the furnitures.

The collection is composed of two chairs, a coffee-table to be flipped, and a decorative screen. Both the chosen colours and the repetition of round and fine arches are a testimony of nostalgy and of a very particular art of living which is expressed in the joints of the furnitures.