Hominy Village Master Plan
Blue River Architects was the architectural consultant for the Hominy Village Master Plan / Renovation. Located in the center of the Hominy Indian Village, the master plan includes the construction of a new Community Building, Dance Arbor, Plaza and two district camp structures.
During the month of June, the Osage Nation holds the I’n-Lon-Schka Dances. The large Dance Arbor located on the south end of the village will hold two dances per day during the four-day ceremony. The two camp structures are designated for the Grayhorse and Pawhuska district campers, with close proximity to the Community building that houses restrooms, dressing area and kitchen. The Plaza acts as a place to gather between dances and is constructed with permeable pavers to help with drainage between the buildings. An Access drive was also added to provide a drop off for the Hominy Elders.
Location: Hominy, Oklahoma Client: Osage Nation