Small but mighty: five compact office spaces
Five of our favourite small-scale workspaces prove bigger doesn’t necessarily equal better.
Established in 1989, Frem Group are a UK based manufacturer specialising in a wide range of commercial furniture solutions including acoustic pods & booths, reception desks, storage systems, seating, boardroom tables and protection screens. With our main head office and manufacturing facility in Northamptonshire and a London showroom in the heart of the Clerkenwell design district, we also have five additional manufacturing sites across the UK.
CEO Bryan Daisy and his wife Claire started Frem Group over 34 years ago, and have nurtured the business to become one of the UK’s market-leading designers and manufacturers of workplace solutions.
We are proud of our reputation for innovative, inspired design, coupled with the highest quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. Bridging the gap between concept and reality is one of Frem’s strengths: our talented and dedicated team will make a concept work, one way or another.
As the destination for workplace solutions, Frem continue to raise the bar. We consistently deliver furniture to be proud of, for some of the biggest (and most high-profile) companies in the world.
Over the past 34 years, Frem has evolved into a highly skilled team of over 100, who share Bryan’s passion for innovation and quality. With a huge range of standard furniture and storage, we are confident we can meet any workplace’s needs. When you need something unique, our talented designers can create something especially for you. If you think it, we can make it.
Throughout Frem’s history, customer satisfaction has been our top priority. We have a proven track record of working with major blue chip clients, and publicly funded projects, including schools, hospitals and local authorities. Anything less than excellent is not good enough for us.
The Frem Group includes: FG Library & Learning, Audise by Frem, Frem Group Screens, Frem Group Seating and Frem Group Technology.
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