Welcome to Bisley

First Choice for Workplace Furniture

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Space Liberation with InnerSpace™

InnerSpace™ maximises capacity where space is limited - find out how

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BBC in Colour

Storage has been brought to the fore at the BBC’s new premises at Salford Quays

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LateralFile™ - changing with you

Flexibility is key with Europe’s leading range of business specified steel storage

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Featured projects

Byrne Wallace

A bespoke bureau unit offering accessible file storage was developed especially by Bisley for leading Irish firm of solicitors Byrne Wallace. The practice – the fourth largest in Ireland – has recently moved to new 9,300 sq m offices... Find out more

New Look

Fashion retail giant New Look’s latest offices, located in London’s West End, project the same high-style brand values as its network of stores.The workplace brings together 350 staff, formerly located in both London and Weymouth,... Find out more

itsu

Eat Beautiful. That’s itsu’s mission.Inspired by the flavours of the Far East, the first itsu began serving nutritious food in Chelsea in 1997 and now has over 70 shops. itsu is recognised for stunning store design and a modern... Find out more

Latest news

  • Meet our apprentices

    Apprentices are the lifeblood of businesses today and Bisley is no exception; we’ve employed and supported apprentices for over 20 years now. To celebrate our apprentices, we met up with some of them to find out more about their life at Bisley.

  • AN INSIDE LOOK: The Lifeguard

    Whether it's for business or pleasure, in today's modern living environment there is a growing need to fit in a lot more into the working day which in turn means carrying around more of our personal belongings.

  • Do product designers need first hand interaction with the manufacturing process?

    John Fogarty is the retired Bisley Director of Design. In an industry career spanning five decades he has witnessed significant changes in the relationship between designer and manufacturer. Here he makes the case for continued close physical collaboration.