February 21, 2011
2006 Winston Churchill Memorial & Library
In 1946, Winston Churchill made his now-famous "Iron Curtain Speech" at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. Sixty years later, the memorial at Fulton re-opened after a complete revitalization of its exhibit spaces. John led the design effort while at Design Craftsmen and continued the effort after starting Good Design Group.
The story of Churchill’s life forms the backbone of the exhibit, with emphasis on his time as British Prime Minister during WWII, his speech at Westminster College and the subsequent Cold War Churchill hoped to avoid. The museum sits in the undercroft of a Christopher Wren church moved to the site in the 1960s to serve as a memorial to Churchill’s famous visit.
Fabrication and installation by Design Craftsmen. AV by Chedd-Angier-Lewis.
Filed under: History Museums