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Chris Nangle Furniture

Chris Nangle Furniture specialises in the design and manufacture of the very best eco-friendly English Oak street furniture, park benches and public seating.

Chris Nangle Furniture is produced using only the finest available materials such as prime grade native green oak and marine stainless steel. All of our hardwood comes from well-managed UK woodlands and are sawn by our local mill to ensure top quality timber with a minimal carbon footprint.

Chris Nangle Furniture work ranges from traditional vandal proof green oak benches and picnic sets to contemporary bespoke street furniture in charred green oak.

All of our street furniture is extremely durable designed to be vandal resistant and maintenance free, our work is designed to stand the test of time in both urban or rural environments'.

Chris Nangle Furniture range of bespoke designed street furniture have included:-

 Garden furniture
 Park furniture
 Memorial benches
 Outdoor furniture
 Street furniture
 School furniture
 Council furniture

Telephone Number
01691 611 864
Unit 8, Site A, Rednal Industrial Estate, West Felton, Shropshire SY11 4HS
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Case Studies

Chris Nangle Furniture has 2 products.

University of Bristol - Charred Oak Sail Cube

We were recently commissioned by The University of Bristol to produce one of our charred Oak sail cube shelters.

The Halls of residence needed an outdoor covered space. Our charred Oak Cube fitted the bill perfectly.

Our charred Oak Cube was erected and bolted to the paving of the halls, it features an Accoya wood splinter-free deck with a charred and scrubbed finish.

The Top Gun Fabric sail was provided by the great guys at The sail is waterproof and flame-retardant.  It adds the finishing touch to the Cube space.

If you would like something like this on your next project why not get in touch?

Northwich Witton Street Public Realm improvements

Chris Nangle has recently been part of a project which transformed part of Northwich's Witton Street.  The Cheshire West and Chester Council's scheme introduced traditional paving, street furniture and engaging public art to the area.

Chris Nangle worked in conjunction with the visual artist Katayoun Dowlatshahi to create bespoke oak bollards with metal caps, shaped like salt pillars which have historical reference to the town.

They also designed and made a series of Bespoke charred oak benches to frame the square, with key historical events and dates of the Great Subsidence Event hand carved in the wood. The benches were cut to represent jacked up timbers. chris Nangle also created were a range of curved bespoke charred oak seating and planters with integreated seating.

The inspiration for the design came from the town’s history. Northwich is well known for its Victorian Salt industry. Witton Street is built on the original salt mines that often flooded with water causing subsidence. In 1880 the Great Subsidence Event caused houses, shops and offices to suddenly disappear into the ground.