An expansion of the Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial is in the works, according to reMiamiBeach.
Arquitectonica’s Ray Fort is overseeing design of the new building, which features a series of circular forms.
The new 7,000 square foot building would house an interactive exhibit where visitors could ask questions and receive answers from pre-recorded interviews with survivors, using advanced technology.
The one-story building would also have a reception area, two exhibition spaces, and a flex classroom.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation would operate the new exhibit in collaboration with the University of Southern California’s Shoah Foundation.
Plans for the new building are still in the conceptual phase. The design would need city approval, as would a lease extension for the property.