Lowell National Historical Park: Signage
"As a member of the Moore-Heder Team selected to prepare an eight-year implementation plan for Lowell's Preservation District, Sand authored educational programs and exhibits, including plans for a new cultural center and museum complex—a central element in the new National Park.
Sand designed the exhibits and the educational and cultural programs included in a proposal to establish a National Park in Lowell, Massachusetts. As a member of the Lowell Team, a joint-venture including architects Gelardin Bruner Cott and urban planners David A. Crane & Partners, Sand worked with federal, state, and local officials to describe an ambitious but feasible development plan. In 1978 Congress enacted legislation creating the park and authorized $40 million to implement the plan. Sand's presentation won several design awards."
Source: Michael Sand, Inc. promotional booklet.
Projects in this collection:
- Lowell Historic Preservation Commission
- Lowell National Historical Park: Signage