This work discusses the development of a multi-physics modeling framework for Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) wind tunnels. As opposed to a monolithic approach, separate in-house solvers are considered to deal with the different parts of the complete model. The flowfield is modeled using hegel, a finite volume solver for non-equilibrium plasmas. The simulation of the electric field and the thermal Protection System (TPS) material sample is accomplished via a finite element solver and a finite volume solver (flux and pato, respectively). The three tools are coupled using the preCICE library. Results for a two-dimensional axi-symmetric ICP configuration are presented and discussed to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed coupled approach for modeling ICP discharges along with material response and electromagnetic phenomena.