Penny Sander

Associate Principal

Utilizing over 30 years of experience in the management, programming, and development of museum, aquarium, and exhibit projects, Penny Sander expands Cambridge Seven’s capabilities to include content development and interpretive programming and planning. Her expertise in museum operations, combined with her project management skills, make her a valuable resource to C7A’s exhibit design group. Ms. Sander holds degrees from Harvard University in Business Administration and a Masters in Cultural History and Museology from the University of Vermont.

Philadelphia Zoo’s new children’s center encourages responsibility and conservation

Courier-Post

Five Dorset sheep from Delaware, known for their talents in the procreation department, have landed at the Philadelphia Zoo’s new $33 million children’s education center. Originally part of the flock at the University of Delaware College of Agriculture and Natural …

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8 things we love about the new Museum of Discovery and Science

Sun Sentinal

Ben Crandell for the Sun Sentinel outlines his eight favorite things about the new EcoDiscovery Center designed by C7A for the Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This  34,000-square-foot addition, which nearly doubles the size of the existing …

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Norwalk Aquarium’s New Look Draws Big Crowds

Greenwich Daily Voice

The Greenwich Daily Voice visits Norwalk’s Maritime Aquarium, which unveiled its updated look and new Long Island Sound exhibits to a crowd of more than 2,500 people. Cambridge Seven Associates completed the architectural and exhibit design for the $4-million renovation, which features …

Discovery Place “World Alive” exhibit engages children

WBTV

WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers a sneak peak inside the “World Alive” aquarium and natural history exhibit designed by Cambridge Seven Associates as part of Discover Place’s large-scale museum renovation. This $31.6M exhibit features aquarium exhibits, a rainforest theater …

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Conservancy of Southwest Florida opens Dalton Discovery Center

Coastal Breeze News

Coastal Breeze News explores the Conservancy of Southwest Florida’s new Susan and William Dalton Discovery Center in Naples. Architecture and exhibit design firm Cambridge Seven Associates designed the aquarium and interactive exhibits for the nature center, which showcases Florida’s diverse …

Gyeonggi Children’s Museum: A Child’s Dream Come True

GNews

South Korean media outlets praised the new Gyeonggi Children’s Museum, Korea’s first independent museum for children opened in Yongin City, which opened in 2011. Architects and exhibit designers Cambridge Seven Associates were hired by the Gyeonggi Culture Foundation to design …

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