Midmark wins international design award

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Dayton-based Midmark, a medical solutions provider, has won an international design award.

The company’s Synthesis Casework Collection, a clinical storage solution design for medical facilities, earned the international Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.

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The design work was selected as the winner in the medical category for innovative and cutting-edge design.

“Clinical work is highly specialized, and at times hectic,” said Kurt Forsthoefel, marketing director, medical division. “Caregivers need a space designed to accommodate the rigors of their daily routine while providing an environment that engages their patients’ senses with styles and finishes that invoke feelings of peace, comfort, tranquility and the natural world.”

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Headquartered at the University of Dayton River Campus building at 1700 S. Patterson Blvd., Midmark has 1,600 workers worldwide, including 850 at its Versailles campus in Darke County. The company also has locations and international subsidiaries in India, Italy and the United Kingdom.

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