Case Studies


The building was a former public house called ‘The Queens Head Hotel.’ The brief was to re-plan the interior of a 2-storey apartment overlooking the Oxford/Cambridge boat race finish line.
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After the demolition of a 1960’s building, a new main entrance was built in its place connecting the 1920’s and 18 Century Listed buildings either side with the use of high quality matching materials.
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The project designer created the requirement for an unusual Oak feature sited at a high point in the property and which various tapestries flowed throughout the building charting the history of the house and its occupants.
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In 2008 the Finchingfield Guildhall trust was formed to save the site from dereliction.  Expert craftsmen were employed using ancient techniques, and local materials were sourced. 
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The construction of a new Architect designed ‘round’ house in green Oak including curved grained radiused plates throughout
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The total refurbishment of a 16th Century Tudor House in Surrey from ancient timber frame repairs to new areas built with both fully seasoned and fresh sawn English Green Oak.
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New English Oak wooden staircase for the south entrance at The White Tower at the Tower of London
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Converting a 19th Century barn roof with new Oak trusses that needed to be hand crafted for the project.
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Whippletree’s contractor customer was employed to reconstruct the cap for the windmill at Longdon near Rugeley in Staffordshire.
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The supply of English Green Oak columns with full traceability certification to support a poolside Pergola
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English oak joinery standards applied to a demanding specification for the Sam Wannamaker Playhouse at the Globe Theatre in London
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The total reconstruction of a listed windmill ‘cap’
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Tudor style English Oak gates for Hampton Court Palace, London
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