Location: Noblesville, IN

Size: 5,934 square feet

Ryan Fire Protection engaged Rowland Design to formulate a comprehensive renovation of their current breakroom and kitchenette spaces. The client requested a multi-function space that would be inviting and bright for staff to utilize throughout the day.

The new design incorporated exposed ceilings, feature lighting, banquette seating and new flooring. The color scheme was selected to physically brighten the space in conjunction with elements of the company’s branding. The refreshed design has fostered a place where employees can break for lunch, hold a meeting or even host a gathering.

Services: Interior Design

Ryan Fireprotection

Ryan Fireprotection

Location: Noblesville, IN

Size: 5,934 square feet

Ryan Fire Protection engaged Rowland Design to formulate a comprehensive renovation of their current breakroom and kitchenette spaces. The client requested a multi-function space that would be inviting and bright for staff to utilize throughout the day.

The new design incorporated exposed ceilings, feature lighting, banquette seating and new flooring. The color scheme was selected to physically brighten the space in conjunction with elements of the company’s branding. The refreshed design has fostered a place where employees can break for lunch, hold a meeting or even host a gathering.

Services: Interior Design

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Size: 365,000 square feet

Founded in 1954, MacAllister Machinery became the leader in Caterpiller Tractor sales. Six decades later the need for a new corporate headquarters was realized. The new headquarters centralized services to a single location, enabling employees to better serve their customers and communities.

The new 365,000 square foot facility was aesthetically inspired by the architectural designs of 1920s firm, Greene and Greene. Craftsman influenced interior finishes as well as custom furnishings emphasizes the building’s design while supporting the needs of the contemporary workforce.

English wallpapers and hand crafted Middle Eastern rugs were curated for the executive areas. Careful attention was given to period casework, lighting and materials. The fresh workplace culture featured perimeter offices carefully composed to allow daylight into a central core of open offices. 

Services: Interior Design & Experiential Graphics

MacAllister Machinery

MacAllister Machinery

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Size: 365,000 square feet

Founded in 1954, MacAllister Machinery became the leader in Caterpiller Tractor sales. Six decades later the need for a new corporate headquarters was realized. The new headquarters centralized services to a single location, enabling employees to better serve their customers and communities.

The new 365,000 square foot facility was aesthetically inspired by the architectural designs of 1920s firm, Greene and Greene. Craftsman influenced interior finishes as well as custom furnishings emphasizes the building’s design while supporting the needs of the contemporary workforce.

English wallpapers and hand crafted Middle Eastern rugs were curated for the executive areas. Careful attention was given to period casework, lighting and materials. The fresh workplace culture featured perimeter offices carefully composed to allow daylight into a central core of open offices. 

Services: Interior Design & Experiential Graphics

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Size: 20,000 square feet

Rowland Design provided architecture, interior design and experiential graphic support in the completion of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana’s new headquarters. Starting as a multi-tenant office building and hardware store, the 1433 North Meridian Street building was transformed into more than a home for the nonprofit. The general flexibility and cheerfulness of the space help engage the staff in forwarding their mission. The strong street presence along Meridian Street, a grand, welcoming entryway, a new unifying two-story atrium, large community/gathering space, demonstration kitchen, and open, well-lit office spaces were all designed with community engagement in mind.

2019 AIA Indiana Citation Award – Interior Architecture

2019 Spaces Award – Medium Firm Category

Services: Architecture, Interior Design & Experiential Graphics

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Size: 20,000 square feet

Rowland Design provided architecture, interior design and experiential graphic support in the completion of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana’s new headquarters. Starting as a multi-tenant office building and hardware store, the 1433 North Meridian Street building was transformed into more than a home for the nonprofit. The general flexibility and cheerfulness of the space help engage the staff in forwarding their mission. The strong street presence along Meridian Street, a grand, welcoming entryway, a new unifying two-story atrium, large community/gathering space, demonstration kitchen, and open, well-lit office spaces were all designed with community engagement in mind.

2019 AIA Indiana Citation Award – Interior Architecture

2019 Spaces Award – Medium Firm Category

Services: Architecture, Interior Design & Experiential Graphics

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Rowland Design worked with First Merchants bank to implement a new “digital concept banking center”. The space moves away from a traditional banking center concept and instead features amenities such as touch screen tablets, Wi-Fi, and a free community conference room.

Reflecting the community of its patrons, the design integrated a Hubbard and Cravens micro cafe, art work created by local artists, and an interactive neighborhood board.

Various gathering areas encourage customers to use the space beyond just their banking needs.

Services: Architecture & Interior Design

First Merchants Bank – Broad Ripple Branch

First Merchants Bank – Broad Ripple Branch

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Rowland Design worked with First Merchants bank to implement a new “digital concept banking center”. The space moves away from a traditional banking center concept and instead features amenities such as touch screen tablets, Wi-Fi, and a free community conference room.

Reflecting the community of its patrons, the design integrated a Hubbard and Cravens micro cafe, art work created by local artists, and an interactive neighborhood board.

Various gathering areas encourage customers to use the space beyond just their banking needs.

Services: Architecture & Interior Design