Historic Preservation

It is an important value of Rowland to maintain a keen interest in historic structures. To us, preservation is a commitment to maintain our cultural heritage. We believe that preservation of older structures adds interest to our landscape, brings unity to our cities, reduces urban sprawl, and conserves natural resources. Restoring and preserving requires a knowledge of period design, careful planning, adaptive use, and great attention to detail. When a space is preserved and restored it becomes part of our future fabric while reminding us of our past experiences.

INDIANA LANDMARKS CENTER

Working in concert with George Ridgeway of the Cook Group, Rowland Design was responsible for…

HARRISON COLLEGE DOWNTOWN CAMPUS

Founded in 1902, Harrison College, formerly known as Indiana Business College…

CHARLEY CREEK INN

The Charley Creek Inn, originally built in 1920, recently completed a 2-year…

INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE

To open its 30th anniversary season in 2001, The Indiana

YOUNG & LARAMORE

What began as School No. 9, circa 1899, is now the headquarters of a leading creative agency…

THE COLUMBIA CLUB

The renovation of the Columbia Club occurred over a seven year Master Plan. Key areas of focus…