Bisque Radiators has announced it has been presented with the BUILD Home & Garden Award for Most Stylish Designer Heating Company.

This award has been handed to Bisque in recognition of its ongoing commitment to creating innovative, design-led heating solutions for the last forty years (and counting).

Founded in 1979 by Geoffrey Ward, Bisque Radiators (now part of the Zehnder Group) has been a trailblazer in the design and engineering space. Over the years its portfolio of luxury radiators and accessories has been bolstered by collaborations with the likes of Paul Priestman and Leo Salzedo, designers of the popular Hot Spring and Archibald radiators respectively.

For the last four decades Bisque has always placed style at the forefront of design without sacrificing technical efficiency. Various models such as the etched copper Arteplano illustrate the brand’s bold style sensibilities, while its unique made-to-measure and colour-matching services allow customers to create truly one-of-a-kind, bespoke designs.

Winning the BUILD award is yet another fantastic achievement for Bisque, with BUILD’s expert panel acknowledging winners based on a select criterion including expertise and knowledge within a given field; dedication to client service and satisfaction; and an ongoing commitment to excellence and innovation.

About Bisque:
For the last 40 years, Bisque (part of the Zehnder Group) has established itself as the pioneer of beautiful radiators for stylish interiors. It was the UK’s first ever heating brand to offer a selection of electric, dual
fuel and plumbed models inspired by luxury interior design, and since then has made a name for its innovative selection of iconic radiators. Its reach and widespread appeal has only further been strengthened by its bespoke
offering, including made-to-measure sizes, colour-match service and sustainable collections. Its rich heritage and versatile selection has thus resulted in Bisque becoming the go-to brand of choice for architects and interior designers in the UK.

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