Rogers Historical Museum

Nabholz transformed the 14,278-square-foot Hailey Ford building into the new home of the Rogers Historical Museum. This repurposed historic building, which served as a leading Ford dealership in the area until 1969, went through a renovation in the early 1970’s and the original glass curved walls, exterior vitrolite glass tiles, stainless awning, terrazzo walls and floors, and the three-blend brick were covered or completely trashed.  Nabholz painstakingly restored the original design, as well as renovated a 1980’s addition to highlight new modern architecture techniques and provide the museum staff with state-of-the-art office facilities, workshops, and back of house space.


Hight-Jackson Architects, of Rogers, Arkansas
de Leon & Primmer Architecture of Louisville, Kentucky
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