The architectural design has been selected for the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis. The selected design is the "Grand Canopy," which was shaped by architect SO – IL, with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson as the architect of record and Whiting-Turner as the building contractor. Congratulations to the selected architects!
Lord Cultural Resources developed the architectural program and advised on the design-build team selection process.Read More
A brand new permanent exhibition and visual identity for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum (IRCM) were launched in April. The new permanent exhibition entitled The Humanitarian Adventure aims to trace the major stages of humanitarian history before and after the creation of the Red Cross. A competition to design the new scenography for the permanent exhibition was launched with the assistance of Lordculture in 2010. Nine international architect/scenographer firms were invited to take part. The jury selected three internationally acclaimed architects: Gringo Cardia from Brazil, Diébédo Francis Kéré from Burkina Faso and Shigeru Ban from Japan. Coordination of the overall master plan and the work of the three winning architects, as well as the redevelopment of the common spaces and the new temporary exhibition room were entrusted to atelier oï from Switzerland.
The March 14, 2013 press conference officially launched the work of the international team composed of Lord Cultural Resources with Italian partner Federica Olivares to develop the candidacy of Bergamo (Italy) to become European Capital of Culture in 2019.Read More
The director of the Natural History Museum of Utah, Sarah B. George has received the prestigious Building Museums “Buildy” Award in recognition of her exemplary accomplishments leading the Museum through the challenging process of creating new museum space. Lord Cultural Resources has provided master planning and business planning with a focus on the Museum's expansion plan and the visitor experience since 1994. Congratulations to Dr. Sarah B. George!