INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – Rowland Design is pleased to announce that Donna Sink, AIA, has joined the firm in the role of Architect.
Sink’s career began in Philadelphia working with historic cultural institutions on masterplanning and renovation projects. A move to Indianapolis in 2005 launched her own custom residential business, as well as the opportunity to teach at Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning. During this time she designed the colorful poetry-inspired bus shelters along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
For the past five years, Sink was employed as the Campus Architect at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. She brings a deep knowledge of back-of-house facilities operations to her new role at Rowland Design. “Rowland’s broad-ranging field of project types is a wonderful opportunity to put my diverse professional experience to work in my adopted home city of Indianapolis,” she said.
Sink is involved in several non-profit and cultural organizations in the city. She is Executive Committee Secretary on the Board of People for Urban Progress, past President and current member of the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and serves on the City’s Sign Ordinance Revision Task Force. Last year Donna was honored with a 2016 IBJ Women of Influence award.
“I really enjoyed working with Donna on the AIA Indianapolis Executive Committee and am thrilled to have her talent and leadership on our architectural team”, said Eric Rowland, Principal-in-Charge of Architecture.
Founded in 1968, Rowland Design is an integrated studio of talented architects, interior designers, and graphic designers.