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Limah Design Consultants has been awarded the contract to develop a comprehensive Wayfinding and sig


 

Limah Design Consultants has been awarded the contract to develop a comprehensive Wayfinding and signage system for the new landmark 5- Star Hotel and Marriott Executive Apartments in Erbil, located in Kurdistan, Iraq.

Limah Design Consultants is a multi-disciplinary design firm, and provides a scientific approach to making complex spaces more efficient through Wayfinding and signage, the use of public art, as well as industrial and communication design.

Limah will be focusing on developing a complete plan including signage for the exterior and interior of the properties, as well as the car parks. The scope also includes signage for the restaurants, as well as additional regulatory signage required by the International Building Code.

“The regulatory signage such as the fire maps on the back of the hotel doors, and emergency signs are usually made by run-of-the-mill sign makers, but Marriott have asked us to something different with these, hence we designed these signs to match the overall design of the hotel and the rest of the Wayfinding signage,” said Jason Lewis, Founder and Managing Director of Limah Design Consultants.

“The interiors of the hotels were designed by LWD, and provide much of the inspiration for our work as we like to integrate our designs into the space, making it seamless with interior finishing.

“It certainly makes the guest experience for Wayfinding more intuitive, and we look at the signage as opportunity to connect with the guests, a touch point for them, and a way to enhance the Marriott brand through subtle visual cues.

“In terms of design, every detail has been carefully thought out carefully, and the signage should be no exception. To compliment their design, we are using warm, natural materials mixed with the latest in LED lighting technologies. The result is not only functional and inviting but also sustainable,” explained Lewis.

The upscale Marriott Hotels & Resorts-branded hotel will feature 200 rooms, and a 75-unit deluxe Marriott Executive Apartments property. Both are planned to open simultaneously in 2014. Both properties will form part of a large mixed-use project called “Empire World,” which will include residential towers, private villas, office towers and retail and leisure space. 

“To be part of Marriott International’s first venture into Kurdistan is truly a great opportunity for Limah, and plays well with our specialty and expertise in creating landmark projects. We expect this to serve as a benchmark in Wayfinding and signage for future hotels in the region,” added Lewis.

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Limah Design Consultants has been awarded the contract to develop a comprehensive Wayfinding and sig
Limah Design Consultants has been awarded the contract to develop a comprehensive Wayfinding and sig

LIMAH DESIGN CONSULTANTS WINS CONTRACT FOR NEW MARRIOTT HOTEL AND EXECUTIVE APARTMENTS IN ERBIL (15/11/2012)
QATAR AIRWAYS TO EXTEND FOOTPRINT IN IRAQ
QATAR AIRWAYS TO EXTEND FOOTPRINT IN IRAQ

Scheduled Flights To Najaf Begin January 2013 (25/09/2012)
Emirates’ Flights to Erbil Connect Old and New
Emirates’ Flights to Erbil Connect Old and New

Emirates, one of the world’s most modern airlines based in futuristic Dubai, today celebrated the start of flights to Erbil, considered to be one of the oldest cities on earth. (18/09/2012)
Emirates Arrives in Erbil
Emirates Arrives in Erbil

Emirates, one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines, today commenced its new non-stop service between Dubai and Erbil city in Iraq, making it the 11th destination launched by the airline this year (12/08/2012)
Qatar  Airways Begins FlightsTo BAGHDAD
Qatar Airways Begins FlightsTo BAGHDAD

The Doha-based airline is operating four-flights-a-week non-stop on the Baghdad route. Located on the banks of the Tigris River, Iraq’s capital is one of the Arab world’s largest cities. (09/06/2012)

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QATAR AIRWAYS TO EXTEND FOOTPRINT IN IRAQ

  Issue 72

Babylon

  Issue 64

Yousif Naser: Unique Iraqi Art In An Old Town Hall

  Issue 59

The Arab Marshland in Iraq

  Issue 49

Iraq as a tourist destination

  Issue 48

Future tourism plans in Iraq

  Issue 48

The importance of tourism

  Issue 47

The historical and geographical significance of Iraq

  Issue 46

Kurdish Museum

  Issue 45

Celebration of Eid Al-Ghader in Najaf
An annual carnival of joy
  Issue 38

The Mosque and tomb of Imam Abu Hanifa
Islamic monument in the capital of Al-Rashid
  Issue 37

Uruk
The birth place of the alphabet and home to the first tourist
  Issue 36

Tourism in Iraq
A time for optimism
  Issue 36

Nuffar
the city that was created in the sky
  Issue 35

Najaf
A City Blessed By The Tombs Of The Prophets
  Issue 34

The road to Halfiah
A trip to the marshes of Amarah
  Issue 33

Shrine of Prophet Jobe
Do the Iraqis have the patience of Jobe?
  Issue 32

The most famous city of antiquity
A glance at the vestiges of Babylon
  Issue 31

Irbil
Kurdistan's Most Beautiful City
  Issue 30

With Abraham, the father of the prophets
Where holiness meets miracles
  Issue 29

The shrine of Zul Kifl
and the vanishing minaret
  Issue 28

Baghdad
The cradle of tourism imagination
  Issue 27

Forty Days (Arba’in) In Kerbala
Six Million People In A Small City!
  Issue 27

Archaeological Sites In The Desert Of Karbala

  Issue 26

Kurdistan
A neglected tourist treasure
  Issue 25

Al Ukhaider
The amazing palace and fortress
  Issue 25

The mosque of the Grandson of the Prophet in cairo
A visit to the mausoleum of Imam Al Hussein Ibn Ali
  Issue 25

Kufa
The islamic city and school
  Issue 24

Kadhimiya
City Of Domes And Gilded Minarets
  Issue 23

Ashoura in Kerbala
Annual Season Of Sadness
  Issue 22

Advert
Tigris air advert
  Issue 22

Advert
Tigris air
  Issue 21

Iraq's First minister
of tourism talks to Islamic Tourism
  Issue 20

First international
Trade Show in the north of Iraq
  Issue 20

El-Madain
Tourism in the heart of history
  Issue 20

Iraq
Continuing state of war threatens cradle of civilizations
  Issue 19

Iraqi Kurdistan
The newest frontier in cultural tourism
  Issue 19

Al-Moustansiriya
The oldest Arab-Islamic university
  Issue 19

Iraq's Marshlands
Eden Again
  Issue 18

The Qadirya Mausoleum
Shrine of a famous sufi leader
  Issue 17

Al-Moutanabbi Street
A unique cultural phenomenon
  Issue 16

Ain Al-Tamr
Mineral waters, palm groves and holy places in the ...
  Issue 15

Najaf
The city of knowledge and peace for believers
  Issue 14

Ramadan in Baghdad
The harmony of holiness and tradition
  Issue 14

British School
of Archaeology in Iraq
  Issue 13

Baratha
from monastery to mosque
  Issue 13

The Iraqi Museum
Preserving mankind's ancient heritage
  Issue 12

Outreach 2004 -
promoting Iraq's reconstruction
  Issue 10

Kerbala:
The land of Hussein the Revolutionary Martyr
  Issue 10

Iraq
First post war tour of Iraq
  Issue 9

Tourism in Iraq
Will rise like a Phoenix from the ashes of wars
  Issue 8

Iraq
The Cradle of Civilization and Land of Prophethood
  Issue 7




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