Location: Indianapolis, IN

Rowland Design collaborated with developer Hendricks Commercial Properties to create both an interior and exterior signage and wayfinding package for a new 6-acre mixed use development known as Ironworks at Keystone. Signage element design was based on the brand’s identification in combination with the developer’s signature industrial loft warehouse aesthetic. Design language consisted of unfinished and raw materials artistic in nature.

Services: Experiential Graphics

Ironworks at Keystone

Ironworks at Keystone

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Rowland Design collaborated with developer Hendricks Commercial Properties to create both an interior and exterior signage and wayfinding package for a new 6-acre mixed use development known as Ironworks at Keystone. Signage element design was based on the brand’s identification in combination with the developer’s signature industrial loft warehouse aesthetic. Design language consisted of unfinished and raw materials artistic in nature.

Services: Experiential Graphics

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Rowland Design collaborated with developer Hendricks Commercial Properties to create both an interior and exterior signage and wayfinding package for a new 6-acre mixed use development known as Ironworks at Keystone. Signage element design was based on the brand’s identification in combination with the developer’s signature industrial loft warehouse aesthetic. Design language consisted of unfinished and raw materials artistic in nature.

Services: Experiential Graphics

Ironworks at Keystone

Ironworks at Keystone

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Rowland Design collaborated with developer Hendricks Commercial Properties to create both an interior and exterior signage and wayfinding package for a new 6-acre mixed use development known as Ironworks at Keystone. Signage element design was based on the brand’s identification in combination with the developer’s signature industrial loft warehouse aesthetic. Design language consisted of unfinished and raw materials artistic in nature.

Services: Experiential Graphics

Location: Carmel, IN

Size: 61,000 square feet

Liberty Fund was founded in 1960 by Pierre F. Goodrich, a prominent Indianapolis lawyer and business man. The organization’s core mission is the preservation, restoration and development of individual liberty through investigation, research and educational activity. A prominent eight-acre site adjacent to US-31 in Carmel was selected for Liberty Fund’s new 50 person headquarters. The 61,000 square foot facility is their home base for the next half-century and its design is intended to reflect the timelessness of the organization’s purpose.

The glass clad research library facing West in the anchoring element of the new building. Thirty stainless steel sunscreens protect the library’s collection while providing a physical expression of the Liberty Fund mission. Individual screens represent a century of human history and is etched with names and events influential to liberty. The vast collection becomes evident as the library lighting lends a glow to the space as evening begins.

2019 Wood Design Awards – Regional Excellence in Wood Design

2018 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition Merit Award

2018 Monumental Merit Award – Architecture

2017 AIA Indiana Merit Award – New Construction (Project Cost Greater Than $1 Million)

Services: Architecture, Interior Design & Experiential Graphic Design

Liberty Fund

Liberty Fund

Location: Carmel, IN

Size: 61,000 square feet

Liberty Fund was founded in 1960 by Pierre F. Goodrich, a prominent Indianapolis lawyer and business man. The organization’s core mission is the preservation, restoration and development of individual liberty through investigation, research and educational activity. A prominent eight-acre site adjacent to US-31 in Carmel was selected for Liberty Fund’s new 50 person headquarters. The 61,000 square foot facility is their home base for the next half-century and its design is intended to reflect the timelessness of the organization’s purpose.

The glass clad research library facing West in the anchoring element of the new building. Thirty stainless steel sunscreens protect the library’s collection while providing a physical expression of the Liberty Fund mission. Individual screens represent a century of human history and is etched with names and events influential to liberty. The vast collection becomes evident as the library lighting lends a glow to the space as evening begins.

2019 Wood Design Awards – Regional Excellence in Wood Design

2018 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition Merit Award

2018 Monumental Merit Award – Architecture

2017 AIA Indiana Merit Award – New Construction (Project Cost Greater Than $1 Million)

Services: Architecture, Interior Design & Experiential Graphic Design

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Buckingham Companies, developer of the considerable City Way project, engaged Rowland Design to institute both the interior and exterior graphic signage for the multi-use property.  Fixed use wayfinding was developed for the encompassing retail, residential, parking and hospitality areas.  Historical references of the location were thoughtfully integrated into the signage throughout the project.  The extensive signage and wayfinding package was successfully implemented through an enterprising collaboration with five sign fabricators and two architectural studios.

Services: Experiential Graphics

CityWay

CityWay

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Buckingham Companies, developer of the considerable City Way project, engaged Rowland Design to institute both the interior and exterior graphic signage for the multi-use property.  Fixed use wayfinding was developed for the encompassing retail, residential, parking and hospitality areas.  Historical references of the location were thoughtfully integrated into the signage throughout the project.  The extensive signage and wayfinding package was successfully implemented through an enterprising collaboration with five sign fabricators and two architectural studios.

Services: Experiential Graphics

Location: Carmel, IN

Size: 61,000 square feet

Liberty Fund was founded in 1960 by Pierre F. Goodrich, a prominent Indianapolis lawyer and business man.  The organization’s core mission is the preservation, restoration and development of individual liberty through investigation, research and educational activity. A prominent eight-acre site adjacent to US-31 in Carmel was selected for Liberty Fund’s new 50 person headquarters.  The 61,000 square foot facility is their home base for the next half-century and its design is intended to reflect the timelessness of the organization’s purpose.

The glass clad research library facing West in the anchoring element of the new building.  Thirty stainless steel sunscreens protect the library’s collection while providing a physical expression of the Liberty Fund mission.  Individual screens represent a century of human history and is etched with names and events influential to liberty.  The vast collection becomes evident as the library lighting lends a glow to the space as evening begins.

2019 Wood Design Awards – Regional Excellence in Wood Design

2018 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition Merit Award

2018 Monumental Merit Award – Architecture

2017 AIA Indiana Merit Award – New Construction (Project Cost Greater Than $1 Million)

Services: Architecture, Interior Design & Experiential Graphic Design

Liberty Fund

Liberty Fund

Location: Carmel, IN

Size: 61,000 square feet

Liberty Fund was founded in 1960 by Pierre F. Goodrich, a prominent Indianapolis lawyer and business man.  The organization’s core mission is the preservation, restoration and development of individual liberty through investigation, research and educational activity. A prominent eight-acre site adjacent to US-31 in Carmel was selected for Liberty Fund’s new 50 person headquarters.  The 61,000 square foot facility is their home base for the next half-century and its design is intended to reflect the timelessness of the organization’s purpose.

The glass clad research library facing West in the anchoring element of the new building.  Thirty stainless steel sunscreens protect the library’s collection while providing a physical expression of the Liberty Fund mission.  Individual screens represent a century of human history and is etched with names and events influential to liberty.  The vast collection becomes evident as the library lighting lends a glow to the space as evening begins.

2019 Wood Design Awards – Regional Excellence in Wood Design

2018 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition Merit Award

2018 Monumental Merit Award – Architecture

2017 AIA Indiana Merit Award – New Construction (Project Cost Greater Than $1 Million)

Services: Architecture, Interior Design & Experiential Graphic Design

Location: Butler University | Indianapolis, IN

Size: 17,770 square feet

In partnership with Ratio Architects, Rowland Design provided interior finish and furniture design for the phased renovation of the Butler University’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse.  The essential goal of the project was to provide student athletes, staff and guests with modern amenities while maintaining the appeal of the existing period building.

Aesthetics for an important space named the Wildman Room were inspired by a 1928 yearbook, The Drift, which was the year the Fieldhouse was completed.  Notable features of the space include rich wood paneling, an Art-Deco bar along with a hand painted 1920’s style mural depicting life and times at the university.  A host of additional spaces throughout the building were also reconfigured and designed.

Awards:

Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration for the preservation of Hinkle Fieldhouse

Indianapolis Chamber Monumental Awards – Monumental Award to honor 

Services: Interior Design

Hinkle Fieldhouse

Hinkle Fieldhouse

Location: Butler University | Indianapolis, IN

Size: 17,770 square feet

In partnership with Ratio Architects, Rowland Design provided interior finish and furniture design for the phased renovation of the Butler University’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse.  The essential goal of the project was to provide student athletes, staff and guests with modern amenities while maintaining the appeal of the existing period building.

Aesthetics for an important space named the Wildman Room were inspired by a 1928 yearbook, The Drift, which was the year the Fieldhouse was completed.  Notable features of the space include rich wood paneling, an Art-Deco bar along with a hand painted 1920’s style mural depicting life and times at the university.  A host of additional spaces throughout the building were also reconfigured and designed.

Awards:

Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration for the preservation of Hinkle Fieldhouse

Indianapolis Chamber Monumental Awards – Monumental Award to honor 

Services: Interior Design

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: Butler University | Indianapolis, IN

Size: 17,770 square feet

In partnership with Ratio Architects, Rowland Design provided interior finish and furniture design for the phased renovation of the Butler University’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse.  The essential goal of the project was to provide student athletes, staff and guests with modern amenities while maintaining the appeal of the existing period building.

Aesthetics for an important space named the Wildman Room were inspired by a 1928 yearbook, The Drift, which was the year the Fieldhouse was completed.  Notable features of the space include rich wood paneling, an Art-Deco bar along with a hand painted 1920’s style mural depicting life and times at the university.  A host of additional spaces throughout the building were also reconfigured and designed.

Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration for the preservation of Hinkle Fieldhouse

Indianapolis Chamber Monumental Awards – Monumental Award to honor 

Services: Interior Design

Hinkle Fieldhouse

Hinkle Fieldhouse

Location: Butler University | Indianapolis, IN

Size: 17,770 square feet

In partnership with Ratio Architects, Rowland Design provided interior finish and furniture design for the phased renovation of the Butler University’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse.  The essential goal of the project was to provide student athletes, staff and guests with modern amenities while maintaining the appeal of the existing period building.

Aesthetics for an important space named the Wildman Room were inspired by a 1928 yearbook, The Drift, which was the year the Fieldhouse was completed.  Notable features of the space include rich wood paneling, an Art-Deco bar along with a hand painted 1920’s style mural depicting life and times at the university.  A host of additional spaces throughout the building were also reconfigured and designed.

Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration for the preservation of Hinkle Fieldhouse

Indianapolis Chamber Monumental Awards – Monumental Award to honor 

Services: Interior Design