Blueprint

Launched in 1983, Blueprint was the first magazine to cross the boundaries between design and architecture. It was established by Peter Murray and Deyan Sudjic with the financial backing of leading architects and designers including Richard Rogers, Terence Conran and Rodney Fitch. Today, it continues to be revered by architects and designers around the world for its fresh and unconventional approach. Past editors have included Rowan Moore (former director of the Architecture Foundation), Marcus Field (former arts editor of The Independent on Sunday) and Vicky Richardson (Director Architecture, Design, Fashion at the British Council), and art directors have included the respected designers Simon Esterson, Andrew Johnson, John Belknap and more recently Patrick Myles.

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