The Seminole Tribe of Florida has one flagship museum, built in 1997 in Clewiston, Florida. Studio Tectonic was brought on to envision a complete renovation of its more than 5,000 square foot museum exhibit area, lobby, and public spaces. As of 2019 the project was completed up through the Final Design and Construction Documentation phase. The master planning project has been in the works for five years and is awaiting funding for project completion.
Exhibit “tradigital” renderings are a collaborative effort between Zach Mosley and principle designer of Studio Tectonic.