In the 1960s, efforts to relocate Florida’s Capitol from Tallahassee to Orlando triggered an architectural boom in the capital city. By 1978, the 22-floor executive tower building and the House and Senate office buildings dominated the Tallahassee skyline. However, one question remained - what should be done with the old Capitol? Arguments to save it or demolish it finally settled on saving it. Through a process of selective demolition and historic preservation, the historic Capitol building was restored to its 1902 appearance and reopened in 1982. The exhibition Demo By Design was originally on display at the Florida Historic Capitol Museum from August 2 – October 14, 2018.