Bisley has moved to Dallington Street, just in time for CDW

Bisley, the British storage specialist, has made the move to the heart of Clerkenwell – the home of the UK’s design community.

The move represents a new chapter in the evolution of Bisley, best known for its innovative storage solutions. The Dallington Street showroom enables Bisley to showcase its ability to provide the complete furniture solution for the contemporary workplace.BisleyShowroom_Clerkenwell_0011The Bisley team look fondly back on their 20 years at Great Portland Street, while looking excitedly forward to welcoming contacts old and new to their new home in Clerkenwell and a new era for the company.

What will Bisley be up to at CDW this year?

Their shiny new doors will be opening for the first time as OFFICIAL residents on May 22nd-24th.BisleyShowroom_Clerkenwell_002optTuesday 22nd they will be hosting private ceremony by the furnishing industry’s charity The Furniture Makers’ Company at which the highly respected Design Guild Mark’s will be announced will take place in the event space.

That very same afternoon the exhibition Bisley 2018 Matter of Fact opens. Curated in collaboration with critically acclaimed design magazine Dirty Furniture, this exhibition explores how human storage needs have changed in contemporary times and in the age of digital media. The featured works included are by Sam Jacob, Jurgen Bey, El Ultimo Grito, Parsons & Charlesworth, Tobias Revell, Birgit Severin, Talin Hazbar, Aric Chen, Jo Anne Butler and Théophile Blandet. Each contributor has been asked to put forward an object that they think encapsulates 2018, and that they think it is important to carry forth. BisleyShowroom_Clerkenwell_0017opt1You can join Bisley at this event from 6pm-8pm for the official exhibition opening. 

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