New chancel furniture for St Michael's, Framlingham comprises of a Celebrant's chair, two side chairs, four low back chairs with shelves that extend from under the seats, an altar, lectern, portable lectern or legilium, credence table, processional candle stands and a Paschal candle stand, all in limed oak.
Although the designs were influenced by Arts and Crafts and Charles Rennie Mackintosh styles (Mackintosh lived for a while in nearby Walberswick) they also relate closely to their context. Designed by Bernard Merry, made by Treske, the complete ensemble, though utterly contemporary, complements the historic Suffolk church's unusually wide and long chancel and elegant late medieval architecture. The complete group, or elements of it, are regularly and easily moved to a side aisle for weekday services.
A full set of Sanctuary furniture including an altar, credence table, lecterns, choir stalls and clergy desks and other dignitary seating were designed and made by Treske for Manchester Cathedral.
Church furniture for The Bray Chantry, St George's Chapel, designed and manufactured by Treske of Thirsk in spalted beech and walnut. The furniture features the Bray badge in its design and includes an altar, credence table, chairs, coffin stools, kneelers, a display cabinet, St Nicholas Folding Chairs.
The furniture for a new chapel at Church House, Diocese of Oxford was designed and made by Treske, including six three-seat stacking St Mary's benches in oak and a bespoke altar design.