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Alexander Graham Bell Building : Architecture

King’s Buildings University of Edinburgh Building design by Hurd Rolland architects

post updated 2 January 2022

Alexander Graham Bell Building Edinburgh University

Architects : Hurd Rolland

Location: King’s Buildings, Edinburgh – south of the city

Alexander Graham Bell Building Alexander Graham Bell Building Edinburgh University Alexander Graham Bell Building design by Hurd Rolland Architects
building images from Hurd Rolland Architects

Hurd Rolland Architects Edinburgh Designs

Other designs at Edinburgh University by Hurd Rolland Architects – selection:

Erskine Williamson Building, off Mayfield Rd, West Mains
Dates built: 2003-04
Erskine Williamson Building Edinburgh
image supplied by Hurd Rolland Architects
Erskine Williamson Building

William Rankine Building
Date built: 2006
William Rankine Building
image from Hurd Rolland Architects
William Rankine Building
The William Rankine Building is the second phase of the Engineering Quadrangle at the University of Edinburgh’s Kings Buildings Campus. Combined with the first phase, the Alexander Graham Bell building, housing the Institute for Digital Communications (IDCOM), it forms one side of the quadrangle which will become the formal central space of the University’s Science Campus at Kings Buildings.

Hurd Rolland Architects

Edinburgh Walking Tours

University of Edinburgh Properties

Significant University of Edinburgh Property – Selection:

King’s Building Campus development

Another University building design in the city:

Napier University, located on the western edge of the capital:
Napier University
picture from architect office

Edinburgh Offices – Selection

RBS Gogarburn

Potterrow Informatics


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