There doesn’t seem to be much architectural evidence of the 1980s at the University of Glasgow, save for the annexe to the Library and the Hetherington Building just behind it. The Hetherington Building was completed in 1983 to provide facilities for the teaching of languages, a duty the building still fulfills. Situated within is also the Language Centre, as well as a Library adjoined to it.
In 2009 the building was slightly extended on its northern side at Great George Street. Which I’m quite familiar with as I lived right next to the construction during my first year at Uni when I stayed in the Student Apartments on Great George Street.
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