September 7th, 2016

Property Week Deputy Editor Allister Hayman joins ING

ING has appointed Property Week Deputy Editor Allister Hayman to join its growing built environment consultancy. Allister will take up his new role in November 2016. Allister is a well-known and respected journalist with extensive experience in the UK, writing about the built environment, economic development and public policy. Prior to Property Week he worked …more…

February 1st, 2018

Lessons in equality from a PR perspective

As seen in Estates Gazette  COMMENT: Managing director of communications company ING Media, Leanne Tritton, offers advice on how to show, not just talk about, real change in your business. I have an unnatural fondness for early mornings and Mondays. There is something very promising about a fresh week ahead. However, this Monday is in …more…

March 30th, 2017

Anna Winston joins ING as digital consultant

Anna Winston, ex-editor of Dezeen and award-winning digital journalist, has joined ING as a digital consultant. Anna will focus on digital strategy at ING, and will advise on social media and publishing, alongside her ongoing editorial work with magazines including Oak The Nordic Journal, where she is design editor. Anna has won two digital editor …more…

October 13th, 2016


Eddie Heathcote, Architecture & Design critic for the FT makes an interesting point in this year’s edition of ‘Frieze Week’: Once there was an art of architecture within which paintings and sculptures were displayed. Now there is, instead an architecture for art The architecture of museums and galleries has, for centuries, been dislocated from the …more…

September 21st, 2016

The RIBA to host Article 25’s annual 10×10 Auction

Article 25 has announced that this year’s esteemed 10×10 Auction will be hosted by at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London for the second time on the evening of the 29th of November 2016. The RIBA London’s beautiful Florence Hall will display 100 works of art created by some of the UK’s …more…

June 10th, 2016

Considerate Cycling – How to communicate a message with style

As part of the Mr Porter Nocturne held on Saturday June 4, the legendary Peter Murray pulled together what the Guardian called a ‘motley crue’ to enter the Concourse d’ Elegance – essentially a celebration of considerate cycling. There was a juicy £1,000 prize money which went to team Dyson –  four delightful gentlemen on …more…

May 23rd, 2016


Sto Werkstatt’s new exhibition, One Thing After Another, designed by Sam Jacob Studio, will be unveiled tomorrow as part of Clerkenwell Design Week 2016. Sam Jacob Studio was invited to create a unique installation for the Werkstatt’s gallery space that explores the exchange of information between digital and physical worlds. One Thing After Another starts …more…