Pratt Museum – Homer

The Pratt Museum in Homer is seeking to construct a new replacement facility in order to better maintain, store, and exhibit the artifacts from the surrounding Kachemak Bay region.  The existing structure, originally built in 1968, and subsequently expanded, no longer functionally meets the needs of the museum, nor does it support the Pratt’s goals.  Livingston Slone, Inc. was commissioned by the Pratt Museum in the summer of 2011 to develop the design for a new replacement museum.