This involved working with stakeholders to visualise and develop Perth's new identity and image. Incorporating a strong framework of creative initiatives, the brand for Perth promotes sustainable urbanism, wellbeing, and happiness.
Noema’s six-month cultural mapping exercise, to generate fresh ideas for attracting tourists and visitors to a storm-hit town, led to The Storm Centre, a visitors’ attraction and research centre.
The project involved working with visual artists, film makers, musicians, urban designers and architects to develop interactive maps, for use in visioning exercises, community consultations, and as a base for regeneration plans.
One-year cultural mapping project for a city in the west of Ireland. Noema’s work involved advising key stakeholders on planning, tourism, culture and economic development.
Noema has been working with international experts in branding, architecture, and urban design to deliver arts-based projects, alongside a vision of inclusivity, creativity and innovation, for the city.
This involved rethinking the identity of the city of Lincoln’s historic quarter, along with identifying key distinctive cultural themes to be used in successful urban, economic and social development strategies.