Eric Rowland


Eric Rowland is the firm’s chief architect. His work has been published nationally, and he is a strong advocate of sustainable design and lifestyles. Eric is registered in 15 states and has projects spanning from Los Angeles to East Hampton, New York. Notable within his body of work are a $60 million urban revitalization initiative in East Grand Rapids, Michigan, new headquarters buildings for The Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and Liberty Fund, and the uniquely gratifying Joy’s House.

Eric is a former 500 Festival and National Association of Wabash Men board member, Past President of the Indianapolis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, a graduate of the Stanley K. Lacy Leadership Series, and is currently a board member of Indiana Landmarks and the Design Arts Society at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.