In a time-poor and fast-paced media world, the benefits of long-lead media can often be overlooked. Fortunately, our property PR team are experts in utilising this age-old art to achieve coverage that drives conversation about outstanding projects.
Working with our architecture client Hayball, Keep Left commenced the seven-month process of securing coverage in the February edition of Australia’s leading residential architecture magazine – Houses.
As a multidisciplinary architecture firm, Hayball’s projects span the categories of multi-residential, mixed-use, education and interior design. This Edwardian restoration and expansion project provided lead architect, Thomas Gilbert, with the opportunity to present the craftsmanship that the practice has built its reputation on.
With a canvas of stunning architecture and vast spaces, it wouldn’t do the story of this project justice if it were scribbled in the caption of an image or summarised in the column of a newspaper, so we raised the bar higher. Our property PR team pitched a profiling opportunity to Houses in August of 2016, creating time for interviews, tours and copy review that would highlight the expertise and precision involved in creating this home.
The eight-page spread in the February edition of Houses showcased the incredible work that went into The Bayside Residence. This coverage had a potential readership of 20,000 people and resulted in an incredible, near perfect Impact Score of 98.