Lawn mowers have remained relatively unchanged formally since the development of rotary mowers. Their current form presents a multitude of problems for the user. Users are asked to bend over or kneel in order to complete common tasks in the function of the lawn mower. This potentially creates a situation in which anyone with back pain will have difficulty completing a simple task like mowing the lawn. Approximately 80% of Americans will deal with some form of back pain in their lifetime. The goal of this project was to alleviate back pain and kneeling through a change in product architecture. By augmenting the wind tunnel in the mower, the grass bag could effectively be moved to the top of the lawnmower. This facilitates easy grass bag removal and the movement of touch points to a higher level. The majority of operations could be moved to waist height to limit bending and kneeling.