• 1901: Furniture building begins with a Norman "Ébéniste” who emigrated from France to NZ
  • 1959: His son Victor and grandson Trevor also become cabinet makers and grow the company
  • 1969: They begin specialising in Commercial Furniture and win a 1,000,000 design mark for a desking range
  • 1991: Operations expand to Australia with the first learning and conference furniture installed in Sydney
  • 1997: Refining of desking and conference furniture ranges continue
  • 2003: BCG applies for first patent application on award winning computer training desk
  • 2005: BCG expands into Asia and opens a Hong Kong office
  • 2010: First RFID tracking included in desking systems
  • 2011: BCG patent the connect desking system
  • 2012: BCG patent the connect computer training desk

The slideshow above shows a snapshot of our history from humble origins in France to New Zealand and beyond.

You may use the arrows to navigate though the years, or click on the thumbnails to go directly to your chosen year. Otherwise sit back and the slideshow will start automatically.

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