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SOLUS PARTNERS WITH BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE

July 2018

The architectural wall and floor tile supplier Solus Ceramics has partnered with ‘Blueprint for the Future’ to showcase the work of the brightest architecture students graduating across London.  Since 1983, Blueprint Magazine has been committed to supporting new and emerging designers as well as established ones, and its delighted to announce the launch of its first Blueprint for the Future event.

Pairing with nine of the capital’s best architecture schools and nine of the most exciting international design brands, Blueprint has carefully crafted a trail of exhibitions held over three days (17-19 July) in showrooms across Clerkenwell, London’s beating heart of design. Here Solus’ brand new Clerkenwell showroom takes centre stage and hosts students from Greenwich University.  In addition to the exhibition trail, two challenging and diverse seminars tackling the future of architectural education and practice will take place, stimulating debate and generating fresh thoughts and ideas regarding the architectural industry as a whole.

Marcus Bentley, Managing Director of Solus, commented: “We are thrilled to host the ‘Blueprint for the Future’ event at our new Clerkenwell Showroom. It is fantastic to interact and hear first hand the opinions and thoughts of the next generation of architects.”

Entry to the exhibitions and seminars is free, however seminar places must be booked in advance. For at www.solusceramics.com.

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