Commercial Interiors UK Launches Their 1st Directory

The first Commercial Interiors UK Directory is being launched this week!

Download a digital copy here!


Commercial Interiors UK, the new name for the BCFA, is the UK’s trade association representing the commercial interiors sector. Its 200+ members represent leading manufacturers, suppliers, and designers – all shaping inspirational commercial interiors internationally. Commercial Interiors UK inspires & supports the growth and global success of the UKs commercial interiors community, creating a sustainable future.

This Directory is a guide to the very best in interior design and commercial furnishings.

This Directory is a key resource for the commercial furnishing industry featuring a full listing of Commercial Interiors UK members as well as editorial to inform, challenge & inspire!

Within the Directory you can expect:

– Opinions from leading designers and professionals

– Editorial written by leading industry voices and featuring celebrated designers, businesses and brands

– National and international award winner projects

– Sustainable product showcase

– Index of sustainable accreditations achieved by over 60 UK manufacturers

– Full index of Commercial Interiors UK members, the suppliers for your upcoming projects!

Visually this new Directory represents how much has changed for Commercial Interiors UK since the re brand of the BCFA late last year, highlighting the organisations commitment to delivering their new brand and provides a much clearer and exciting view of the diversity, integrity and professionalism of their accredited members.

A PDF version of the Directory can be found here, but please do contact if you would like free of charge printed copies for you or your colleagues.


About Alys Bryan

Alys is a knowledgeable design editor who is focused on instigating conversations, both online and in-person, with industry experts which challenge, educate and advance the commercial interior sector. Her training and 15 years of professional experience as a furniture designer for the commercial sector makes her uniquely placed to lead Design Insider as Editor
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