Domestic violence in designer homes

Special feature of a design magazine

Most New Zealanders associate domestic violence with low income groups. But a study showed that it affects not only one in three women nationally, but one in four of all wealthy households. However, since the violence happens behind closed doors, it remains hidden. To bring it into plain sight, the organization “Family Violence It’s Not OK”, partnered with Home Magazine, the leading interior design magazine, to create a special feature. Pictures of a minimalist designer home betrayed subtle clues that all was not as it seemed. The discreet signs of hidden violence led to a reveal at the end of the article. The smart media strategy sparked a debate in traditional and social media.
TitleParadise Hill
Campaign Paradise Hill
Advertiser Family Violence. It’s Not OK
Brand It’s Not OK / HOME Magazine

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