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As well as adapting old buildings, Robinson Thorne Architects have worked specifically on projects to repair and conserve the fabric of important historic buildings, often in consultation with English Heritage, the National Trust and Conservation officers. Projects have included complex masonry repairs as at Somerleyton Hall, Suffolk and Magdalen College, Oxford. In Tottenham, a fine Georgian brick house has been repaired, and at Standen, works include complete re-roofing, and the repair of the Conservatory.
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Red House, in Bexleyheath Kent, was Philip Webb's first solo commission after leaving the office of George Edmund Street. Built for and with his great friend William Morris, Red House is known internationally as one of the founding elements of the Arts and Crafts movement. Recently aquired by the National Trust, RTA have been involved with condition surveys and essential fabric repairs.

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