Bob Frist named 2015 Legend IN Design

The Interior Design Coalition of Indiana (IDCI) is pleased to honor Mr. Bob Frist, R.I.D. of Rowland Design, as the 2015 Legend IN Design recipient. Mr. Roll McLaughlin, F.A.I.A., of Historic Landmarks, will be honored as the Honorary Legend IN Design recipient for 2015.

Mr. Frist has enjoyed 30 years with the award-winning firm Rowland Design, and has been a prominent force in the healthcare market segment. He is passionate about creating “learning spaces” within his designs, and is known for promoting collaboration as a design element. He also enjoys his work with the arts, business, and civic projects, and loves promoting the vitality of our state.

Mr. McLaughlin has been an icon in the historic restoration and design industry for over 7 decades, and has no intention of slowing down. His work with Connor Prairie, the Benjamin Harrison home, Morris-Butler House, and James Whitcomb Riley Home are a few of his favorite projects. He is a founding member the Historic Landmarks Foundation, now Indiana Landmarks, with his friend and co-founder Eli Lilly.

These prestigious awards will be presented to Mr. Frist and Mr. McLaughlin at the annual Legends IN Design event, created as a celebration of all disciplines within the design industry.

The IDCI will also honor an emerging talent within the interior design field to be announced at the May 13th event, as well awarding scholarship(s) to interior design students.

The Interior Design Coalition of Indiana is an organization representing one unified voice for Indiana design professionals established to serve the public through the adoption of nationally recognized interior design standards. In addition, the organization brings design disciplines in the building industry together to raise public awareness for the “Power of Design” on behalf of the entire industry.

 

Source: http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/big-wigs-new-gigs.asp?PartnerID=5710

Posted by: RDIAdmin on May 28, 2015 @ 10:23 am
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