Holocaust Museum for Hope
The Holocaust Museum for Hope and Humanity will relocate to a Downtown Orlando site, which was donated by the City of Orlando. This 40,000 SF project will contain a permanent exhibit space, flexible exhibit space, a teaching space, reflection room, auditorium, and café. The new building utilizes a floor plan that is organized around a linear concourse at every level and adds a glass portal that provides a security vestibule with minimal visual impact on the existing building. A linear faceted crystal-like light pierces the roof of the main exhibit area and symbolizes light emerging from the dark. Outdoor exhibit space will exist as an extension of the ground level and will contain sculptures, murals, and a porch area to provide shade.
Flexible Exhibit Space
2017 - AIA Orlando Chapter Unbuilt Honorable Mention
2018 - AIA Orlando Chapter Unbuilt Award of Honor