The Adamson Building at Oundle School was one of the first purpose built science laboratories for any school in the country.
This listed building was no longer viable as a science department. But, with the help of Waterland Architects, the building has been transformed into a new languages department, with many of the original architectural features uncovered, renovated and incorporated into the new scheme along with a modern, first floor extension housing two new classrooms.
“The fact that Oundle School continues to use Waterland Architects for many of its projects is testament to them, the service they provide and the working relationship that has been developed over many years. The School has recently completed a classroom project with Waterland Architects which we are delighted with.”
-R. Tremellen ESTATES BURSAR OUNDLE SCHOOL