The Citylith was originally developed as a prototype to test aspects of the Legible London mapping system.
Further to its success in moving the London project forward, and following development and refinement, the Citylith has evolved into a product that is now available for schemes outside the capital.
The product is flexible in height and width and can be configured to have graphics applied to glass or vitreous enamel depending on the nature of the scheme. These panels are easily customised through content, colour and graphics to reflect local character, scheme identity and branding. The base and side trim are marine grade stainless steel as standard with a peened finish for longevity.
The innovative base design allows for a two part install that eases implementation, especially where ‘heads-up’ mapping is used. It accommodates slopes and allows the sign to be removed for operational reasons, yet there are no visible fixings.
Lacock Gullam’s many years of experience of designing robust products for the public realm has been applied to the detailing of the Citylith to minimise maintenance and provide a durable solution.
The Citylith is currently produced by manufacturers in both the UK and North America and has been successfully installed for wayfinding schemes in Brighton, Ipswich and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.
If you are considering the Citylith system for a wayfinding scheme please contact Lacock Gullam and we will be happy to discuss your specific requirements.