Frina Design guided the development and design process to ensure the modest museum would be a must-see for locals and tourist alike. The new 800-square-foot gallery addition to the Historical Society’s 1950s Beach Cottage includes a simple system of themes that allows the museum to expand on displays as more information or objects become available. Drawing inspirations from the postcards of Indian Rocks Beach, a tourist destination for over a century, the exhibit uses “big shots” to orient visitors to key elements defining the area’s history. The exhibit also features a 25-foot timeline that highlights natural and man-made changes to the area of Indian Rocks.
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