A oak stacking chair first designed for St Magnus Cathedral on Orkney. With a single back rest and rush seat, linkages, book shelves or troughs can be fitted. Other woods can be used to make the St Magnus chair. Non stacking versions can also be made. See more about these chairs and their use in the St Magnus Case Study.
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After some years of consultation between the church, congregation and Treske designers, Treske made over 600 chairs for St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall on the main island of Orkney.
Designs for a moveable altar table, ambo, credence table, chair and stool were inspired by the Victorian transept arches of St Chad's. Made in fumed oak which will darken with time, the furniture is clearly contemporary yet sympathetic to its setting. Two hundred and fifty oak chairs with book troughs were also commissioned, forty with arms.
St Nicholas Church, Cuddington had stacking benches and chairs made by Treske as part of their church reordering.