Posted 19th April

BCT hires new designer

By KBBDaily on 19th April 2017 - 12:06pm

British Ceramic Tile has expanded its in-house design team with the appointment of Amy Wright as a designer, with Wright having recently graduated with a BA in textiles from Plymouth College of Art.

Wright completed a student placement at the company last summer, gaining “hands-on understanding of the design studio and the pivotal role each designer plays within the company”, according to BCT.

“Over the past year I've been lucky to develop my design ideas alongside the British Ceramic Tile team as well as through my university degree,” said Wright. “I've gained a real insight into the workings of a busy design department and can't wait to put my skills to the test.

“The company's design-led approach has definitely inspired me and I am thrilled to be a part of the team,” she said. “I look forward to delivering some stand out designs for our customers.”

BCT design head Claire O'Brien added: “Amy makes an excellent addition to our five-strong design team. She shows excellent creative skills and is passionate about surface pattern, colour and texture. We're all very much looking forward to welcoming her to the team.”


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