The first person to correctly identify the last Eye for Design was Anne Dimick. That detail featured the tall windows of University Reformed Church, 841 Timberlane St. in East Lansing (pictured below). The angled muntins on each side of the window mimic the sweeping slope of the building’s roofline. Furthermore, the way these elements come together creates an effect that looks like an arrow pointing to the heavens. The window glass captures the sunrise of the eastward-facing building.
This month’s Eye for Design (pictured above) can be found at the other end of East Lansing, near the city’s border with Frandor. If you know where this design detail is located, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The first person to do so will win an Eye for Design mug.