Many tasks are done in a sitting position. Using laptop , writing and reading can be mentioned as several of the myriad examples that are daily performed by students in class. Considering the amount of time they spend sitting in the classroom, it is essential to have suitable chair that appropriately supports their body in performing those tasks. Some of the issues pointed out by students through the survey highlight the design deficiencies of the current chairs. Part of this problem is contributed to the growing population of international students in Malaysian universities. It is obvious that Malaysian or Asian students can have very different body dimensions in comparison to their international counterparts .This book results provide the necessary support to the notion that there are ongoing problems with the design of chairs used in classrooms in many Malaysian universities according to the available ergonomics standards and proportions of the human body. The conceptual chair design is proposed to remedy any of the inadequacies found in the current furniture.