Contract - September 2010 - (Page 60)

designers rate Mia Marshall, iida, leed ap Principal EHS Design Seattle Jack Esterson, aia Partner WASA/Studio A New York Mia Marshall 1. Knoll Template Reader Service No. 214 This is a beautifully sophisticated solution to modular furniture. I love the options and the upscale nature of this architectural, non-paneled product. 2. Steelcase c:scape Reader Service No. 215 I appreciate the “box” but “not-a-box” concept of this system. It is a great solution for a non-paneled workspace. I love how it is coupled with media:scape and the brilliant technology options. 3. Herman Miller Resolve Reader Service No. 216 This cutting-edge workplace solution consistently remains applicable to many clients. It continues to stand out as being an incredibly unique and hugely customizable solution. 1 furniture systems Contract asks two designers to name and explain their preferred products Jack Esterson 4. Haworth Patterns Workwall with Compose Panel System Reader Service No. 217 I love Haworth for its diverse product line and fierce commitment to sustainability. Also, I really admire its amazing rebranding effort of the last decade. 5. Vitra Ad Hoc Reader Service No. 218 I appreciate Vitra’s fresh look and approach. Also, there is an overall sense of lightness in the design of its furniture systems—especially in Ad Hoc, designed by Antonio Citterio—that is overwhelmingly Modern. 6. Herman Miller Vivo Interiors Reader Service No. 219 Herman Miller is an icon of Modern American design, and when employing a system, like Vivo Interiors, I feel like I’m adhering to a time-honored tradition. 2 3 4 6 60 contract september 2010 5 photo credit: Miro Zagnoli

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Contract - September 2010

Contract - September 2010
Editor's Note
Focus: Eye of the Beholder
Practice: Making Rainmakers
Classic Bach
Created Equal
The New Days of Ore
Barefoot Chic
Keep the Faith
Designers Rate
Process:_Laser Dissection
Ad Index

Contract - September 2010