SUPPLIER SPOTLIGHT: Burgess Furniture introduces new screen range for ‘changing needs’ of hospitality

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British furniture maker Burgess has launched a contemporary new range of screens, answering to the changing needs of hospitality and commercial interiors.

360 Divide and SplitScreen are designed to partition rooms or add privacy without compromising on style. Available in a choice of upholstery and finishes, each panel is covered in soft, high quality material to add intimacy and warmth whilst helping to reduce noise.

Jeremy Burgess, managing director of Burgess Furniture, says: “A screen can provide discretion where you need it. And when a room has to work harder, screens are a great way to define areas.

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“But functional doesn’t have to be boring or outdated. Our new screens are not only practical and durable, they also give our clients the option to define spaces without ever compromising on style.”

Inspired by pebbly beaches, 360 Divide is a playful screen designed for casual seating areas and collaborative spaces. As the name suggests, it spins a full 360 degrees on its elliptical steel base and central axis, making it Burgess’ most flexible screen yet.

David Hill, Design Engineer at Burgess Furniture, says: “We stepped away from the usual straight lines and right angles to create something friendlier and more organic – a hardworking screen that is fresh and modern, suited for more casual purposes.”

SplitScreen, meanwhile, is an elegant and contemporary single screen, designed to break up larger rooms or hide unsightly cabling or catering equipment during functions. Featuring a dual panel, it can be customised to match any interior or create a contrast to add a striking feature.

Constructed in a robust but lightweight steel frame, SplitScreen can be connected with other screens and easily moved around on castors fixed to a solid ash base bar, which is available in three colours: natural, walnut and charcoal.

“The beauty of SplitScreen is that the individual panels give customers more colour and style options,” says David Hill. “And, being linkable stand-alone screens, there is more flexibility with how they can be arranged, too.”

To find out more about 360 Divide and SplitScreen, visit

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