Choosing – Boards and Similar Formats

Weldon’s boarded floors deliver understated elegance, built on extraordinary attention to detail. From the selection of timber to the precision sawing and preparation of each board in humidity-controlled workshops, to their meticulous installation on site, Weldon boarded floors are peerless examples of this most versatile form. Our clients may specify every aspect, from board width, …

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Sebastiano Serlio

Sebastiano Serlio, 1475-1554, was an Italian architect and theorist, best known for his Tutte l’opere d’architettura, et prospetiva, (Complete Works on Architecture and Perspective), also known as L’Architettura, published in instalments of seven books from 1537-75. Serlio first studied painting under the tutelage of his father at home in Bologna, before moving to Rome to …

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Environmental and social sustainability are part of Weldon’s DNA and form part of our wider commitment to responsible business practices. Weldon has an action plan to achieve sustainable benefits from our activities; we monitor our suppliers carefully and use clear measurement tools to ensure that objectives are achieved. We work continuously towards reducing our impact …

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Andrea Palladio

Andrea Palladio 1508-1580, was an Italian architect who worked in the Republic of Venice and established a world-wide reputation. He was born in Padua and gained early experience as a stone cutter in the workshops of sculptor Bartolomeo Cavazza da Sossano. He continued working as a mason following a move to Vicenza at the age …

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Royal Warrant Renewal

We are delighted to announce that Her Majesty The Queen has renewed our Royal Warrant for a further five years. We are appointed into the place and quality of Suppliers of Hardwood Flooring to Her Majesty and we continue to carry out work for her at Buckingham Palace. We feel honoured to be part of …

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Chateau Floorboard Secrets

A hidden diary written by a carpenter on the floorboards of a French Alpine chateau provides a rare insight into the private lives of villagers in the late 19th Century. When the new owners of Chateau Picomtal decided to restore the parquet flooring in some of their upstairs rooms, they made a remarkable discovery. On …

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