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University of Stirling Library Building News

Architecture Development in central Scotland design by Lewis & Hickey Architects

post updated 13 Feb 2021 ; 2 Nov 2010

New Library, University of Stirling

Renewal date: 2010
Architects: Lewis & Hickey, Edinburgh

University of Stirling Library Building

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University of Stirling Library Building Design

Contractor: Sir Robert McAlpine

Furniture: Azzurro furniture

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Photos: Keith Hunter Photography, Paisley

Address: Andrew Miller Bldg, University Of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland
Phone: 01786 467235

Stirling has two other campus libraries. The Highland Health Sciences Library is located in Inverness and holds a wide range of resources in the field of Health Studies. The Western Isles Health Board in Stornoway operates a library comprising primarily medical and other health services material on behalf of the NHS and the University. An inter-site loan system allows borrowing from any of the campus libraries.

Research repository
The Stirling Online Research Repository (STORRE) provides open access to a small subset of our theses in full text: PhD and Master’s by Research. Since September 2006 all University of Stirling research theses are required to be submitted to the Repository.

source: http://www.stir.ac.uk/campus-life/campus-facilities/library/

Lewis & Hickey

Stirling University, Bridge of Allan
Dates built: 1967-1974
Design: RMJM Architects
Stirling University Building
photo © Adrian Welch
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Pathfoot Building
Date built: 1966-67
Design: Robert Matthew, Johnson-Marshall and Partners (RMJM) architects
Pathfoot Building University of Stirling
The University was built around, and centred on Airthrey Loch. The Pathfoot Building is however located remotely to the west, by the campus entrance, apparently to reduce noise and disruption that would be created during construction of the central buildings.

Location: Stirling University, Bridge of Allan, central Scotland, UK

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