PHM secures five pages of coverage for clients in 9fi5th Magazine

The winter edition of 9fi5th was published this month, and two of our clients were included in detailed features across five pages of the magazine. The glossy publication keeps readers in Miami, New York, London and Arabia up to date on luxury property worldwide.

Abell and Cleland, the prestigious luxury development by Berkeley Homes in the heart of Westminster, decorated a span of three pages in the magazine. Describing the development as “luxury set in stone,” 9fi5th comments, “The vibrancy and diversity of the city is on your doorstep, with all the conveniences that you can expect from living in prime central London. Coming from a company that really know their stuff, residents are guaranteed a building that celebrates the history of the city with all the trappings of modern luxury.”

Also featured in the winter edition was British LED luminaire experts, Ecoled, who are “lighting up the industry”. Fore fronting Ecoled as pioneers in its field, 9fit5th said, “Ecoled produce the most efficient, small LED light fittings in the industry. Modular and assembled to order, these lights are created to spec, ensuring customers are able to design exactly the kind of light they are looking for”.

Ecoled’s director of marketing James Cadisch is also quoted, stating, “We worked out that with all the different products, the different specs, colours of light, angles and finishes, we can offer up to 11 million different combinations of the product.”

You can pick up a copy of 9fi5th in first and business-class lounges, 5-star hotels, luxury property agencies, high-end design and furniture showrooms, select private member clubs, private jet charters, luxury car showrooms, and prominent art galleries.

For more information on Abell and Cleland call visit

For information on Ecoled’s products and services visit

Ecoled set to light up the sweetest of cities

This December British LED luminaire experts Ecoled are lighting up the Museum of Architecture’s (MoA) Gingerbread City, and this festive exhibition is set to be a real feast for the eyes.


The display of gingerbread buildings will be designed and baked by some of the UK’s leading architects, interior designers, engineers and landscape designers and unveiled at the switching on of the lights on 6th December.


Ecoled will bring the exhibition to life with its innovate strip light range, which will be custom cut by a team of experts to fit over 100 mouth-watering gingerbread buildings that will form the scrumptious city. The architectural-grade, flexible LED lighting, provided and installed by Ecoled, is manufactured to the highest standard to ensure reliability and colour consistency, and most importantly, a glowing sugar-full spectacle.


Sponsored and masterplanned by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design, the Gingerbread City project hopes to creatively engage the public with architecture. To coincide with the exhibition, the MoA will be running a series of workshops for children and their families in which they’ll be able design and create their own gingerbread houses.


The Gingerbread City exhibition and workshops will run from 7th to 22nd December at 10 Thurloe Place in South Kensington (just across from the V&A). For more information or to make a booking, visit


For more information on Ecoled’s products and services, visit

Ecoled’s had a makeover

One of the newest editions to our growing client portfolio, Ecoled, has undergone a makeover to reflect the sophisticated and unique luminaires it offers – cutting edge in design, quality and finish.

Ecoled was one of the first luminaire companies in the UK to specialise in manufacturing LED lights, and our first lighting client. You can catch up on what they’ve been up to on our Ecoled blog page here but in this blog we’re more interested in showing you its future.

When the company was first formed, LED technology was in the early stages of development and was a new concept in the marketplace. Many consumers were not aware of its benefits, which is why the company established its brand name as Ecoled – to reflect the economic benefits of the product.

Today, the benefits go far beyond this and Ecoled’s range of discreet, original and highly-modular luminaires can be used to create a fantastic lighting effect in any environment.

The company soon realised that its branding needed to evolve with its success, reflecting the premium range of products and services it offers today. But the rebranding is not just cosmetic. The company has also invested heavily in its digital strategy and launched a new, highly intuitive website incorporating two unique features: a Light Builder and Project Builder tool, which are leading the way into the future of specifying architectural lights.

 Fancy having a go with the new tools? Head over to its new website:

Let ecoled’s online Light Builder tool help you master DIY lighting like a professional this Bank Holiday weekend

It’s been estimated that over two million households will experience a DIY disaster this Bank Holiday weekend* with Brits spending a total of £58 million fixing botched home improvement jobs.

Those who fancy themselves as a bit of a DIY expert shouldn’t be deterred from embarking on interior design projects within the home, particularly when it comes to lighting – the 4th dimension of architecture.

Whether you decide to enlist the help of an interior designer, or go it alone, ecoled’s pioneering Light Builder is an easy-to-use online tool which will enable you to design and configure bespoke-built luminaires to create the perfect lighting effect.

The Light Builder tool – the first of its kind – allows users to put together a choice of components to build a bespoke light. Users can choose from a diverse range of downlights, uplights and linear lights and customise the appearance and specification including size, light engine power, beam angles as well as premium bezel finishes.

At each stage of building your fixture, a virtual image of the product will be created and, once complete, a specification sheet can be downloaded. Users can then request a quote for their custom-built fixture, add it to their personal product collection or use it to build a project with ecoled’s new Project Builder feature.

Save hammered fingers and DIY disasters this Bank Holiday weekend; relax in front of ecoled’s Light Builder tool and create lighting with no limitations.

For more information or for access to ecoled’s range of online tools, visit its new website:

*According to research by Privilege Insurance

Property House Marketing welcomes two new clients

After brushing off the winter cobwebs and battling our way through the January blues, Property House Marketing is able to survey what looks to be a successful and prosperous start to 2016.

When the New Year rolled in, we welcomed four new clients (read more about that here) and now we are excited to announce that we have expanded our client base even further, with the addition of two more exciting new clients to the PHM roster – welcome aboard, Pelican Media and Ecoled!

Founded in 1994, Pelican Media started life creating watercolours that helped customers envisage how their property would look when constructed. Now a multi-national company, Pelican has embraced and developed innovative technology to become a leader in the field of CGI/interactive solutions in the property sector – we’re very much looking forward to the projects that we will be working on together!

We’re just as excited to be starting work with another supplier client, Ecoled. Experts in lighting, Ecoled designs and manufactures its own range of luminaires (using the best LED technology available) while also providing advice on how best to illuminate your homes. It was also the first company to feature a ‘light builder’ tool on its website – which enables users to literally put together their choice of the various components of a light to create their own bespoke design.

If you’re looking to implement a new streamlined PR strategy, get in touch with us today on 01483 561119.

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