Open Concept by Burgess Furniture Disrupts the Industry with Elegant Modular Furniture Design

A brilliant combination of sophisticated styling, thoughtful functionality, and long-lasting materials make Burgess Furniture’s Open Concept bedroom furniture range one of their most innovative collections to date.

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Burgess Furniture has long been a trusted name in quality, contract furniture for the hospitality industry. Known for their practical yet elegant designs and expert craftsmanship, Burgess has created a line of modular bedroom furniture called Open Concept.

Between 2019 and 2022, the number of searches for “open-plan homes” increased by 168%, and commercial spaces are using this same aesthetic to create aspirational, home-like environments for their guests.

The Open Concept collection of furniture can be strategically placed in one room to create dedicated living and working areas for guests. It accommodates the growing trend of open-plan living and supports hotels wanting to create bedrooms that cater to the changing needs of guests for stays away.

The collection, which comes in straight (Open Concept | Line) or curved (Open Concept | Curve) frame, features a range of modular pieces designed to create a functional, open-plan space, including:

The Wardrobe – this versatile piece has an open-framed design without doors to allow for greater flexibility when it comes to storage options. Guests can personalise their living area by using extra space for display. Ideal for use as a room divider to separate sections of an open-plan design.

The Work Station – this is a stylish desk with clean lines and a contemporary design that fits seamlessly into any interior.

The Tables – a range of side and coffee tables for added comfort and functionality to complete your room.

With a more minimalist design than traditional furniture, the Open Concept collection aims to maximize space efficiency and versatility. This furniture is ideal for commercial living spaces like hotel rooms and aparthotels or even student residential halls with limited space.

The welded steel framework of the Open Concept Wardrobe offers more durability than a standard wooden unit and is 100% recyclable meaning it can be used and repurposed for years to come.

Designed with high durability and ease of cleaning in mind, the shelves and tabletops are made of hardwearing and highly scratch-resistant Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC).

“At Burgess, we believe that function should never compromise style. Our furniture is designed to combine the best of both worlds – giving guests the chance to relax and work in the same space while they’re away from home.” Lead Designer – Peter Roth.

Each piece in the collection is made at Burgess’ London factory and available flat-packed or fully assembled for installation wherever you need them worldwide. Products are made from high-quality materials designed to last including 100% recyclable steel for the frames.

“Our London factory is the heart of our business, and it’s where we create all of our pieces. We are proud to be a British company, and we are committed to showcasing the best of British manufacturing.” – Managing Director, Craig Kent.

Open Concept joins a selection of furniture pieces from Burgess’ bedroom range including the Enrica chair which fits perfectly as a desk chair alongside products from the Open Concept collection.

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About Phoebe Train

Phoebe is a Marketing and Events Executive, who joined the BCFA as an English graduate in 2021. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Phoebe has published an array of content for Design Insider.
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