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Historic Buildings Adapted. Repair and re-use of old and often historic buildings forms a major part of the range projects undertaken by Robinson Thorne Architects. The careful alteration of existing buildings for contemporary uses provides specific challenges which always require a highly individual site specific and customised approach. Such an approach has been at the heart of the work undertaken by RTA over the last twenty five years.
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The Daubeny Building is a well disguised conglomeration of 18th, 19th and 20th Century construction built astride the massive structure of the C16th stone wall around the Oxford Botanic Gardens. The complete refurbishment of this building provides high quality accommodation for graduates and fellows of Magdalen College, and also includes the reinstatement of the historic Daubeny Laboratory, which can now be used for lectures, recitals, exhibitions, etc.

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