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Learning and Teaching Building, University of Strathclyde


Location Client Cost Size
Glasgow University of Strathclyde £60m 20,000 sqm

Project details

The University of Strathclyde’s new Learning and Teaching Building is at the heart of its Rottenrow Campus. The project strips out and refurbishes two existing buildings, the Colville Building and the B-listed Architecture Building, and also creates a new-build hub in between overlooking the university’s Rottenrow Gardens. This non-departmental facility is a unique, collective space, comprising a variety of learning and teaching spaces, ranging from small breakout spaces to a 400 seat lecture theatre.

The diversity of spaces is reflective of the varying needs of pedagogy. It also houses the Student Support Services and the Student Union to provide a central support facility at the heart of the campus.

At a building scale, addressing backlog maintenance issues, improve the condition of the retained elements and provide a framework for a fit-for-purpose and adaptable facility. On a wider scale, this site and strategy is designed to further improve the quality of the campus and provides the optimum synergy with future campus developments.

Integrated services

architecture, interior design, landscape architecture