Great Lakes By Design: Ergonomics

Design Corner

16 Accoya | the durable and sustainable new modified wood finish introduced by Emeco

18 GeoMetrix | a collection of occasional tables merging minimalism and everyday practicality

19 Sayl | The latest addition to Herman Miller Inc.’s gaming series

22 Powerstrip Plus | the offi ce accessory harnessing powerful productivity

Design Spotlight

26 Circadian light rhythm | the designer bringing light to spaces through careful, inspired composition

44 Re-framing the view | the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based entrepreneur disrupting the window screen industry with an innovative—and flexible—new solution

50 Icon in city-scale | the fi rst tenant of the redeveloped Old Post Office in Chicago envisions its new workspace as a technology hub in a city-scale environment reflective of its iconic brand


34 Living gallery | the renovation of this condominium overlooking Lake Michigan is an intentional curation of modern design and art

54 Modern silhouette | the contemporary residence with dynamic, intersecting volumes designed and built by the collaborative team of McIntosh Poris Associates, Xorin Homes, and Winnick Homes, among others

76 Purely sustainable | the compact home of simple forms and materials celebrating sustainability and a utilitarian aesthetic


84 Mixed-use tundra | an architectural and conceptual design fi rm for sports anchored developments brings life to Green Bay’s Titletown District

Creative Endeavors

40 Heritage sound | the professional artist and business owner behind the company merging technology engineering and fi ne art in the sound industry

68 Smart solutions | a leading technology integration company informed by a relationship-driven process leveraging audio, video, and automation as a tool of potential to augment space

80 Solarium by design | the company specializing in outdoor living spaces and timeless sunrooms


Purchase Ergonomics

On the cover: Mixed-use tundra | Green Bay’s Titletown District comes to life as a vibrant, sports-anchored development for the Midwest 

Featured image:
Ariens Hill, Green Bay Wisconsin.
Photography: Rafael Gamo