These are just a few examples – please get in touch if you’d like to know more.
The post-pandemic office
This weekly thought leadership series was published between April and June 2020 on the WSP website as part of its “Better Normal” campaign in response to COVID-19. In total, we researched and wrote eight long-form articles, interviewing more than 50 experts within the company and externally, as well as ghost-writing five more specialist technical pieces. We also compiled it into a 60-page PDF, working with Sam Jenkins at Supermassive Creative.
The Possible is a 72-page client magazine that we created for global engineering firm WSP in November 2016, now on its sixth issue. It’s about the forces shaping urban environments around the world and the ideas and innovations that could help them to function better. We’ve been working with WSP for more than a decade – read what Julie Guppy, WSP’s global head of marketing and research, property and buildings, thinks about us here.
Concrete Quarterly is an architecture magazine about concrete buildings that’s earned a cult status since it began back in 1947 – by focusing on one ubiquitous material, it charts the construction of much of the modern world. We’ve been producing CQ since 2010 on behalf of its current publisher, The Concrete Centre. Over that time, we’ve helped them evolve and expand the content, created successful spin-off supplements, written a 240-page book to mark CQ’s 70th anniversary, and curated an exhibition at the Building Centre based on its extensive archive.
City of London MIPIM campaign
We were commissioned by PR agency ING to create a 32-page prospectus for the City of London, as part of a campaign to promote the Square Mile as an richly stimulating place to work, think, connect and play. It was published to coincide with the MIPIM property event in March 2017, and its branding was used across the City of London’s stand. Using the same branding, we also produced an accompanying report about the requirements of the City’s growing tech sector, Tech X The City, written by Cushman & Wakefield in conjunction with KPMG.