Logie Bradshaw lands contract to sell The Right Angle

Logie Bradshaw Media has won the contract to sell the advertising for The Right Angle magazine, an architectural and consumer title, published by The House of No.

Logie Bradshaw Media has won the contract to sell the advertising

for The Right Angle magazine, an architectural and consumer title,

published by The House of No.



The Right Angle is hoping to become the UK’s leading consumer magazine

covering interiors, architecture and design within five years.



The magazine, which launched in 1998, is published six times a year and

has a circulation of 20,000. However, Logie Bradshaw claims there are

more than 11 readers per copy in Royal Institute of British

Architect-registered practices, all 3,000 of which receive a free copy,

boosting total readership to around 45,000. The House of No hopes to

raise this figure with a year-long ad campaign, starting in the new year

and running in arthouse cinemas.



’We are interested in attracting ads for products that fit into the

design category’, said Tony Logie, joint managing director of Logie

Bradshaw.



He will head a sales team of three for The Right Angle, which is up

against Design Week, Blueprint, World of Interiors and Wallpaper.



Logie Bradshaw sells advertising space for a raft of titles, including

V&A Magazine, British Aerospace’s Lifestyle, and Oxford Today, an alumni

magazine with a circulation of 130,000.



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