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Royal Society of Arts

John McAslan + Partners was appointed by the Royal Society of Arts to develop proposals for the remodelling of the Society's five interlinked Grade I listed buildings, designed by Robert Adam in 1774. This phased development was carried out over three years while maintaining operational continuity.  The principal phase involved the extensive remodelling of the historic Great Room debating chamber.  An accompanying phase also restored the external fabric of the building and remodelled Adam's Tavern Room.

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  • Sector

    Conservation + Heritage, Culture, Masterplan

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description


  • Client

    Royal Society of Art

  • Size


  • Cost

    Ł2 million

  • Team

    John McAslan +Partners, Architect
    Alan Baxter Associates, Structural Engineer
    Rybka Battle, MEP Services Engineer
    Bristow Johnson, Cost Consultant

  • Status

    Completed 1997

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