Spanning a production period of over 25 years, Bisque has been at the leading edge in radiator design and manufacture.
Why Choose Bisque Radiators?
A Pedigree Heritage
For over thirty years, Bisque have been at the forefront of designer radiator units, introducing the concept of the towel drying radiator to the UK market. Founded in Kilburn, London, they have gone from strength to strength, establishing themselves as the leading name in luxury radiator design.
Invention and Innovation
Taking the design of the humble radiator in new directions, Bisque pride themselves on their ability to imagine and reinvent this staple of the interior into new and exciting forms. The Hot Spring radiator and Hot Hoop radiator demonstrate their out-of-the-box approach to product design.
Award Winning Designs
Their team of relentlessly inventive designers have won numerous awards, such as the Archibald towel radiator, which won the designboom competition Radical Radiators for the Future.
Flexibility of Installation
By creating a broad spectrum of products, there is something for almost every space and design criteria. Whether you have a wall space that is tall but with limited width, or are looking for a designer piece that can be counted as art in its own right, you are bound to find something memorable and suitable. Wall and floor mounted designs rub shoulders here in a variety of sizes and finishes.
Pioneering the concept of alternative power sources for the radiator, these radiators and towel rails come with multiple options for dual fuel and electric valve units. With this approach, the savvy user can isolate a single radiator, rather than activating the whole central heating system. Eco friendly, cost effective and totally user orientated, this innovative design comes into its own in the modern living environment. Described by some as completely outrageous to the very sensible, Bisque offers to the UK market 25 styles of radiator coming in a wide variety of colours, finishes and sizes to suit the heating requirements of the building. With immediate delivery on a large range of their products, it is little wonder that Bisque is considered by many as the leading UK designer radiator company. If your taste in traditional Bisque make a number of free standing “hospital" style in the most exiting colours from base metal to blues, pinks, turquoise, purple and very many more. All these would look just as stylish in a Victorian drawing room or a modern kitchen, we will be happy to discuss the options with you. The Flow Form design of heating elements is ideal if you have an industrial installation and you are limited to wall space. The finishes of these vary from coloured to stainless type of metal. The Convector model is ideally suited to situations where windows reach almost down to the floor. Wall or floor mounted, this discreet radiator produces a high heat output for compared with its compact design. Again colour choices are wide and a full palette is produced. The Deco Therm Radiator range is right at the cutting edge of design and can be mounted horizontally or in a vertical plane with all the full range of exciting colours offered. The Deco Therm is also produced with a towel hanging design moulding feature built in. For a really modern look the Bisque B2 with its dramatic grid pattern creates a dynamic new look in radiator design offering an exciting solution to the heating equation. Slim vertical, horizontal and square are some of the types available all coming in a stunning range of colours. This style also offers a built in towel holder if required. However for something which is not just efficient but eye catching as well the La Scala range is a product that really will get your friends talking being a cool chic and angular, they will take centre stage in any room. The Petrus range from Bisque provides an entirely different approach to central heating radiators. These come as sleek, oval tubes as they create an undulating nearly continuous surface in white, chrome or aluminium, simply fantastic. Very similar in styling from Italy is the Seta range of radiator, comprising large tubing with rounded “pepper pot" tops adding not just character but a highly efficient design Subtle curves with overlaid pipework combine to provide a dramatic sculpture that is a also an efficient transfer of heat found in the X Stream a really imposing radiator. Designed for Bisque by Talin Dori. The Zanzibar radiator comes in two metallic finishes, argenta and chrome, described as brilliant these products are worth a look and we will be pleased to discuss the options open to you.
Bisque Classic Column
The Classic range from Bisque speaks volumes about the time and effort put in to re-creating this timeless masterpiece. It’s graceful contours are further enhanced by the delicate curves and bold columns set on sturdy engineered feet at each corner. The appeal of this sumptuous radiator also benefits from being available in a huge range of 26 sizes plus standard and bespoke colours in a range of finishes. White aluminium and anthracite dark grey are stocked, with other RAL colours taking a little longer due to them being special order. You would think that the seductive beauty of this radiator lies firmly in the traditional bathroom or lounge but such is its kerb appeal it is equally at home in a modern contemporary setting due to its pure architectural form. The four interlocking columns make a bold statement about these radiators’ ritzy and opulent heritage. Valves can be fitted from the wall or floor into the centrally located water inlets on the bottom of the radiator.
Bisque are at the forefront of innovation with their minimalist designs and Blok is a design masterpiece utilising a fretwork design to allow heat to easily radiate and warm your rooms. It could easily be used to make a statement in any room, not just the bathrooms and is sure to draw admiring glances. It is supplied in a range of nine different sizes from 700 x 700mm square right up to 1900 x 700mm tall vertical with all models coming in standard RAL white or quietly understated aluminium finishes belying its high quality engineering. Other RAL colours can be specially ordered should you need to match existing finishes. These Blok towel warming radiators have a discreet universal appeal utilising geometric forms to give you a bathroom that embraces minimalist design. Valve connections are provided along the bottom edge of the radiator so you can easily connect up to your central heating system using manual or controllable thermostatic valves. The grid structure of Blok will forge a happy relationship with the rest of your bathroom taking it to a new high which will appeal to the senses.
Bisque has produced the Quadrato range for a practical customer who wants the day to start by being smothered in a warm fluffy towel after coming out of the shower. Its main character lies in the square sharply defined crisp angles which are accentuated by matching valves giving them the appearance of being integrated into the radiator. The air valves have been discreetly hidden to give an even smoother uncluttered finish and with the main body of the radiator being sculpted from highly polished stainless steel the flawless looks of Quadrato cannot be underestimated. A useful feature of Quadrato is ability to be fitted with a summer heating element which will happily keep your towels and bathroom warm while the central heating is turned off. Six sizes of this ladder style towel warmer are available with the larger forms having an extra towel aperture between the rails to maximise drying capabilities.
Classic good looks combined with traditional values make the Classic Towel Warming radiator range from Bisque the perfect accompaniment to your bathroom or kitchen. The proportions and comforting shapes of this range have been skilfully crafted by Bisque to accentuate the traditional elegance of a bygone era. It is supplied in standard whit although a huge range of specially selected colours are available to order. Twelve variations from a cloakroom version 742 x 398mm up to a massive country farmhouse kitchen size of 1792 x 490mm allows you to choose one to fit exactly. The welcoming ambience of these towel warmers evokes memories of a golden age that no longer exists but you can create it with the Classic range from Bisque. They have skilfully added a matching chrome towel rail which clamps in the spaces between the heating segments so your towels will always be warm and toasty. White, aluminium and anthracite finishes are stocked as standard with manual and thermostatic valves available to fit with ease.
The impeccable pedigree of this bold sculpted radiator is easy to see as there is nothing else quite like it. Composed of flattened ovoids giving a concertina effect, the heavily engineered curved profiles of the Ellisse is created by Bisques designers using aircraft grade aluminium to make sure the well-proportioned and refined contours will transform your bathroom. Six sizes and shapes are available from an almost square 590 x 470mm up to a slim vertical 1690 x 255mm, perfect for fitting in a corner or unused space in your rooms. The dramatic oval fins are set off by polished details on top creating a charismatic contrast and whatever colour you choose whether it is white, aluminium or dramatic dark volcanic. As usual, you could also choose a custom RAL colour as a special order. Subtle discs of chrome are fitted to the side fins to aid with drainage or releasing trapped air and corresponding holes in the bottom connect easily to your choice of valves.
You would be mistaken if you thought the award winning Archibald radiator from Bisque was a bunch of coat hangers screwed together but that is just what it is supposed to mimic. Nothing will create a bigger statement than this towel radiator with its interwoven quirky symmetrical appearance that still pumps out a highly respectable amount of heat. It is 1240mm high measuring 525mm across with radiator valves attached to the last rung on the bottom. As well as standard chrome it is now available in colour which will engage all of your senses with its elegantly sculpted lines and far-fetched charm. Italian designer Leo Salzedo brought his own sense of playfulness and design character to this radiator and Archibald’s unique features will allow you to congratulate yourself on buying a unique piece of bathroom sculpture. The popular chrome version of this warmer puts out 1146 btu and can be connected to standard manual or thermostatic valves.
Bisque are constantly striving for quality and perfection and the Chime towel radiator has unparalleled design and a simple elegance that will surprise and delight. This towel warmer is made from mirror polished stainless steel making it usable for all central heating systems, both closed and open systems. The chunky style has a timeless versatility which creates a single visually appealing unit and the offset drying rails of this unit can be installed with them on the left or right. Three sizes are available: 1000 x 500mm (941 btu) 1380 x 500mm (1286 btu) and 1760 x 500mm (1494 btu) all of which should provide enough heat to keep your bathroom at a comfortable temperature. The vertical rails are square and sharp offering great strength and rigidity which contrast with the soft ovoid heating rails and the open aspect makes it easy to slide towels on and off. Purity fused with ergonomics and high quality engineering make Bisque Chime stand out from the rest of the crowd.
The Arteplano radiator from Bisque is unsurpassed for quality and innovation. Stylistically speaking it is unique in both design and appeal. It is a giant slab of heat with subtle cut-outs for hanging your best towels or linen for airing. Quality components combined with refined contours create a sense of serenity and elegance. The two smaller radiators feature twin openings with a third added to the 1859mm high version. Output for the smallest 1193 x 513mm is a respectable 1818 btu, the medium 1498 x 513mm generates 2254 btu and finally the tallest 1859 x 513mm pushes out a massive room-heating 2718 btu. Getting the right finish is very important and you might want to match or contrast with the other components of the bathroom. Bisque give you a good range of standard stock finishes including white, brushed aluminium and brushed stainless steel. These finishes will transform your bathroom into your dream bathroom radiating simplicity and purity. Although valves aren’t included as there are many styles to choose from, Bisque should be able to complete the look for you with one of their many styles.
Bisque Decorative Panel Towel Radiator
This Decorative Towel Radiator range is a recent addition to the Bisque portfolio and has proved to be extremely popular. With its discreet panels closely knitted together it has the appearance of window blinds that have been closed but the addition of a matching smoothly curved towel rail at the top belies its real purpose. The discreet wall brackets keep the radiator just the right distance from the wall to allow maximum air flow to keep your bathroom or kitchen warm. It is supplied in two vertical sizes 720 x 600 (1459 btu) 780 x 500 (2066 btu) and a horizontal version 507 x 1000mm (3127 btu) so you can fit it into the most challenging of spaces. Its striking good looks are accentuated by Bisque’s use of the finest materials combined with a variety of finishes from white, aluminium and specialist colours. The whole look is capped off with a matching grill to keep out dust. Although valves are not included there is a large choice to compliment this Decorative radiator made by Bisque.
Bisque’s design department relentlessly seek out new and exciting designs to take our bathrooms into the 21st century and with the introduction of the Finn range they have excelled themselves. Its graceful contours and subtly shaped flat fins are perfect for the maximum heat distribution in rooms and living areas. Featuring eleven designs with both horizontal and vertical elevations they will create their own statements either on a large wall or in a tiny downstairs loo. Discreet adjustable wall brackets fit neatly onto the top and bottom rails which blend harmoniously with the flattened front heat distribution fins. The smallest radiator is just 500mm high by 775mm wide but still outputs 2476 btu and is the perfect choice for locating underneath windows. Thanks to its superlative smooth surfaces coupled with elegant sculpted lines, a closer inspection will reveal the quality and perfection of the engineering built into each and every one of their radiators. Finn is an investment that will last.
Bisque Flow Form
Flow Form is a range that is so discreet you may not notice it at first. Its slim tubular form effortlessly achieves an understated elegance that that is graceful and attractive. Its slender contours are perfect for the industrial or loft-living look so popular in the latest city properties now. The sturdy feet feature extra-wide fittings for added stability and connect directly to the horizontal warming tube. A spiral of thin metal weaves round this tube from one end to the other in a series of dramatic twists and turns worthy of the latest adrenaline pumping theme park rides. This thin layer is the key to its quick heat distribution and turns it into one of the most exciting design ideas to come out of bathroom styling in a long time. Six sizes from 1000 to 2000mm long can be ordered in smart white or from any colour you may need to match or contrast other pieces in your bathroom, kitchen or lounge. If you strive for perfection then the Flow Form range is unsurpassed for craftsmanship and innovation.
This stylish offset towel heating radiator Is guaranteed to send your senses into Orbit! Bisque created the Orbit range of towel warming radiators to allow you to fully express your ideas in the bathroom and kitchen without placing conventional boundaries in the way. Its simple elegance consists of square profile vertical rails for strength and rigidity aligned with gently looping interlocking warming loops that wind around the graceful contours creating an overall clean and soft design. Compatible with both central heating systems, open and closed, this stainless steel radiator comes in a highly polished mirror finish with a superlative smooth surface that will transform your bathroom. If a central heating connection is not available then you can choose one of their matching all-electric versions giving you exactly the same versatility but without the need for pipework and water connections. The smallest radiator is 600 high and 500mm wide while the largest is a staggering door height of 1800 high by 500mm wide. Wake up to a warm towel every morning with Orbit.
Bisque Radiators Ranges