Gettys and BLU partner for Middle Eastern design

Chicago-based hospitality design and procurement firm Gettys has partnered with Saudi Arabia-based architecture and interior design studio BLU in an alliance to create design-driven guest experiences throughout the Middle East.

The Gettys|BLU alliance combines the global interior design, procurement and development strength of Gettys, an award-winning firm with offices in the United States, Hong Kong and Dubai, with the regional expertise and architectural portfolio of BLU, an architecture and interior design studio with offices in Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Egypt.

“We are proud to be partnering with BLU, whose team brings a portfolio of impressive projects along with on-the-ground operational expertise that will help us more effectively adapt our global experience to the specific needs of the hospitality industry in this vital region,” said Gettys President and Co-Founder, Andrew Fay.

Photos:
Left - Hotel Felix in Chicago by Getty's
Right - Mezzaluna, Grand Rotana Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

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