A day for architects who want to understand stone

To help architects really get to grips with natural stone there will be a special ‘Architects Day’ at the Natural Stone Show (ExCeL London 28-30 April) again next year.

Hundreds of architects visited the previous Natural Stone Show and 120 of them took part in the special ‘Architects Day’, hosted by international stone expert and Harvard graduate Vincent Marazita, an American who did an amazing job of taking the mysteries out of stone for the architects.

Vincent will be back at the Show again next year to host the Architects Day on Tuesday 28 April. This is a RIBA-assessed workshop that really helps architects understand natural stone and speak authoritatively about stone when they are selecting it for their projects.

The day is likely to be every bit as popular for the 2015 Show as it was last time and, of course, there are limits to how many people can fit into the lecture room. So book now at bit.ly/ArchitectsDay and make sure you don’t miss the chance to really get to grips with stone.