Celebrating our Clients and their accomplishments!
In 2017 Lord Cultural Resources is celebrating our past and current clients and their accomplishments throughout the year. Stay tuned to our Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin pages throughout the year for many more cultural success stories.
Is your organization celebrating an accomplishment or milestone this year? We would love to hear from you!
Congratulations to the Museum of the American Revolution for its grand opening. The long-awaited museum opened its doors April 19, 2017 with pomp, ceremony, and words from many leading American citizens.
Lord Cultural Resources was the Museum's planning partner since its conception, working with museum staff, architects, and exhibit designers to help shape the concept for the new Museum.Read More About the Project
Celebrating 150 years of Canadian history just got easier with the Ryerson Image Centre’s latest gift: 25,000 photographs of 20th century Canadian news from the New York Times.
Our team was commissioned to develop the interim planning for the collection. We also assisted Ryerson University with designing the brief for the architectural selection process, and advised the university on other planning aspects such as business, operations, and market context among others.Read More About the Project
The Philadelphia Museum of Art broke ground on a major renovation which will improve circulation throughout the museum, create 23,000 square feet of new galleries, and open up 67,000 square feet of public space.
Lord Cultural Resources worked with staff, Trustees and volunteers to review the Museum’s practices and develop strategies to increase earned income. As a direct result of Lord’s recommendations, the Museum received a $4.3 million funding package from the City.Read More About the Expansion
The Masterplan to improve the community through the arts and culture launched on April 10 with a day of art-making and performances at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage.
We worked with local PR firm M2 Maximum Media, Lord Cultural Resources embarked on an extensive, grassroots region-wide planning process resulting in the Imagine Louisville 2020 master plan for arts and culture.Read More About the Project
Lake Superior’s shoreline is closer than ever to getting a stunning new gallery. Thunder Bay city councilors have committed significant funds toward the construction of the new Thunder Bay Art Gallery location.
In collaboration with Patkau Architects and Brook McIlroy Architects, our team was hired to provide Design-Assist services including a comprehensive review of the architectural design and space program to ensure museum best-practices were achieved.Read More About the Announcement
Congratulations to the Chimczuk Museum in Windsor for celebrating its first of many years. "Nearly 21,000 visitors have toured the museum since it opened" in February 2016.
Our team was engaged in 2011 to develop an implementable and sustainable plan for the expansion of the museum to provide a larger space for exhibitions, public programs, collections storage and other space needs.Read More about the Project
Congratulations to the Queens Museum for the recognition it has received for its constant engagement with, and support, of its diverse community. The Museum is recognized as “a leader within a growing network of institutions working to become more relevant.”
We were part of the architectural team studying the use and re-use of the existing, 1939 World’s Fair Pavilion; the home of the Queen’s Museum of Art.Read More about the Project
The Naturkundemuseum in Munich is one step closer to completion after the unveiling of its masterplan. This comprehensive document outlines the future for the institution devoted to learning about life in all of its facets.
Lord Cultural Resources, working with RAA, was appointed by the government of Bavaria to develop a visionary Master Plan for a new science museum to replace and expand the existing and much loved ‘Museum Mensch und Natur’.Read More about the Project
To celebrate the 40th anniversary, preparations are underway for a major renovation of the Centre Pompidou. Die-hard lovers of the museum’s architecture can rest assured that the look will remain intact.
Lord Cultural Resources helped with logistical and technical supervision of one travelling exhibition including insurance and transport issues, and assisting each venue with the installation and de-installation of the exhibition.Read More About the Project