The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome new mguest blogger Cari Rohrmayer, Principal Interior Designer at CRMH Architecture + Commercial Interiors
1. Welcome to the Chamber! Tell us a little about CRMH Design; how did you start? 
CRMH Architecture + Commercial Interiors, Inc. is a full service architecture and interior design firm that formed in 2015 as a partnership between myself and Matt Holder, AIA.
2. Chances are the community has seen some of your work throughout the Wabash Valley – can you talk about some of your projects and/or clients?
Since we began, we’ve been very fortunate to have had some awesome clients! We’ve had the pleasure of working with The Vigo County Library at the Main Branch as well as the new West Terre Haute location.
One of our most noted projects are the Lofts of Haute Maison. Talk about a dream project with dream clients! We had so much fun designing these spaces.
We are also very proud to work with Indiana State University and St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. We’ve helped ISU design several renovations for the Science Building and Holmstedt Hall. Currently, we are working with SMWC on a very exciting renovation of Le Fer Hall.
3. What makes you passionate about your work?
I think I’ve always had a passion for design. It was a very clear decision to major in Interior Design in college and my passion has only grown as I’ve evolved from a kitchen and bath designer in to a commercial building designer and business owner. I love helping people see their vision come to life. I love designing universally functional, safe, and of course beautiful environments for the public to enjoy. I hope that I am fortunate enough to be able to continue designing here in Terre Haute for many years to come.
4. You are a woman owned business – that has to be an accomplishment, especially in an industry like yours that is male dominated. 
I’m proud to be a Certified Women in Business Enterprise business owner. As a woman in a male dominated field, I’ve very rarely felt discouraged. The Wabash Valley construction community has been a pleasure to work with. Most of the time, there is a mutual understanding that we are all in the project together and it truly takes a village to make things go smoothly.
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