Nat C. Smith Exhibit

studio2sustain was invited to work with a team that included an historian, a curator and the Rotch.Jones.Duff House & Garden Museum Executive Director Kate Corkum to design an exhibit and catalog of Nat C. Smith, an architect of significance in New Bedford from 1893 – 1943. We participated in this significant project to celebrate the breadth and depth of Nat C. Smith’s contribution to the fabric and culture of the city of New Bedford. Many of Nat Smith’s projects and drawings still exist, and it was a pleasure to bring to life his legacy and the prominence of this port city at the turn of the twentieth century in a manner that can be experienced by many, for generations to come.