Mitsch Design expanding, adding virtual reality studio


By Renee Larr

Mitsch Design, an architectural interior design firm in the Indiana Design Center, will expand its business by tripling its office space and hiring more than 43 new employees. The company not only sells a line of exclusive corporate furniture but also assists clients in branding and move management.


The company moved into a larger suite May 15.

“The old space was about 2,300 square feet, and the new (one) is just shy of 9,000 square feet. So, we’re literally tripling our size,” said Jeryl Mitsch, president of Mitsch Design.

Mitsch Design received $75,000 in training grants and $225,000 conditional tax credits from the Indiana Economic Development Corp. The tax credits will kick in when the company makes new hires.

The company is looking to hire an employee to manage the showroom as well as designers and virtual reality experts.

“We’re going to have a virtual reality studio in our new space. Once we program all the information about what we’re designing for them, they can come into the studio and see the space as it’s finished,” Mitsch said. “Since we’re going to be doing that for clients, I was able to do that to see our new space in a virtual world. I’ve been able to walk around, sit at desks and walk into conference rooms.”

Mitsch Design has approximately 50 ongoing projects in 17 states. For more, visit


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