Cumberland Lodge, historically home to the Rangers of Windsor Great Park and a former royal home, is an educational foundation and conference centre. Treske designed and made oak tables and chairs for the three main dining rooms (Cumberland Room, Prince Christian Room and Princess Helena Room) that could be used in many different formats or be cleared completely. The table legs fold to allow tables to be easily moved. Ten of the tables can be stored within two table storage credenzas. Both credenzas have other functions, one has a lined and LED lit display cabinet on top, while the other has four handleless cutlery drawers.
The 120 chairs, made in oak and finished in a light fume are upholstered in Crest Old English collection “Olive” leather. The chairs are designed to be very comfortable and have low enough backs to allow easy serving. They also stack so can be easily moved with chair barrows. Each chair has the Cumberland Lodge logo carved into the back rest. Sponsor’s brass plaques are discretely positioned behind the seat of sponsored chairs.