Jacksonville’s Museum of Science & History reveals exterior of future riverfront home

Less than a year after it was announced that DLR Group had been tapped by Jacksonville’s Museum of Science and History (MOSH) to design its 133,000-square-foot new home on the city’s downtown riverfront, a handful of renderings depicting the exterior of the highly anticipated museum have been revealed.

Joining DLR group for the so-called MOSH Genesis Project is local firm kasper architects + associates and SCAPE.

Inspired by the “movement and flow of water,” the design concept of the new museum complex pays  homage to its prominent location along the Northbank of the St. Johns River in the revitalized Jacksonville Shipyards. The building rises from

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