Awards and Honours
The American Institute of Architects NY (AIANY) has announced its 2018 Design Awards Recipients, and recognized 2 Lord Projects. Each winning project is chosen for its design quality, response to its context and community, program resolution, innovation, thoughtfulness, and technique.Read More
North Dakota Heritage Center exhibition, Innovations: Early Peoples Gallery awarded the AAM 2016 Excellence in Exhibition Competition’s distinction of Honorable Mention. Lord Cultural Resources proudly collaborated on this award.Read More
The Manual of Museum Exhibitions, Second Edition, has been honoured with the 2015 Ontario Museum Association (OMA) Award of Excellence in Publications on November 6, 2015. Edited by Barry Lord, Co-President, and Maria Piacente, Vice President of Lord Cultural Resources.
Gail Dexter Lord appointed Officier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters) by the French Government.
During the CMA National Conference in London, Ontario, ICOM Canada awarded Gail and Barry Lord the International Achievement Award 2011 for promoting excellence in Canadian museology on an international scale. ICOM Canada has recognized Lord Cultural Resources' projects as nationally and internationally significant and exceeding the current standard of practice.
Ontario House Pavilion for the 2010 Olympics and Paralympics Winter Games was open from February 12 to March 1, 2010. Since then the project has won three design awards.
- Gold for the Interior Design Temporary/Portable Category by the Design Exchange, November 2010
- 2011 Design Excellence by Ontario Association of Architects (OAA)
- 2011 Azure People’s Choice Award for "Architecture – Temporary and Demon
2006- Lord Cultural Resources received the 2006 Award of Recognition – Project Collaborator from the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario for work on the exhibition at Bloorview Kids Rehab in Toronto
Ontario Museum Association Award of Excellence to Gail and Barry Lord for Lifetime Achievement in the Museum field in Ontario.