Godfrey Syrett specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of fitted and loose furniture.
As the only furniture manufacturer in the country on every University Consortium Framework; we’ve an extensive knowledge base and an enviable portfolio of completed projects.
We have been delivering inspirational environments for almost 70 years. With a long history of working with Universities; we understand how the sector is changing and developing, with a focus on exceptional learning environments and stylish and functional accommodation.
We can work with you on fitted furniture requirements, from lecture theatres to student bedrooms and living spaces; as well as loose furniture for seminar rooms, breakout spaces, reception areas and libraries.
As a manufacturer we have total control over the design and manufacture of our furniture, and offer an attractive range of finishes and fabrics to choose from. Our in-house space planning will take your brief and work with you to create a layout using the latest REVIT software. We are also experienced in working with the biggest main contractors in the UK.
We understand that developing relationships with our customers is key to being able to understand their business objectives, needs and challenges; and to becoming a trusted partner.
We’d love to talk about how Godfrey Syrett can help you with your project – just email us
“One of Godfrey Syrett’s biggest strengths is in the wide range of furniture options available – along with the added benefit of a bespoke design service. The Godfrey Syrett team developed an in-depth understanding of the building and the end user’s needs, helping to ensure that all needs were met without losing sight of both the University and the Architect’s vision.”
Paul Thompson, Development and Estates Team, University of Nottingham
“The service we received was professional throughout; and the team were always on hand to respond to any queries. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending Godfrey Syrett to other universities.”
Sally Jorjani, Head of Customer Service and Business Change, Edinburgh Napier University