Jovana Bogdanovic, a young Serbian artist, designed an interesting collection of low chairs, easy to integrate in original modern interiors. According to the official designer´s description, the Low Chairs Family series plays out the positive contradictions inherent in cultural encounters often, albeit ingenuously, predicated on mutual stereotypes and misunderstandings. The series is itself a response to the misconception Jovana had about Asian seating privileging low and crouching postures, an expectation proven wrong by her actual experience in China. These deceptively â€˜low-rise´ chairs and tables are made appealing and genteel in their solid largesse by a scheme of pastel colors and matching sets of soft cushions. Technical and aesthetic refinement are the product of both skill and sensitivity, one that makes itself recipient to the invisible, ordinary trafficking of symbols and objects. Freshome readers, do you have any other examples of beautiful low chair designs? If so, feel free to upload them on our Facebook page.