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Architecture Library

Photo of the Thomas I Storrs building

WELCOME! The Charles C. Hight Architecture Library is open to all of the UNC Charlotte community.

The Architecture Library is located on the second floor of Storrs Hall (Storrs Room 200). It is the only branch library at the University.

The primary focus of the collection is 20th & 21st century design, architects, and the built environment.

Our hours for the Fall 2021 semester are posted here. For a few days in September, we will close the library early for staff training, and resume our regular Fall 2021 schedule on Sunday, September 26, 2021.

Please check back often for any changes to the Hight Architecture Library's hours and details about access to Storrs Hall. You may also view this document for additional information about our services.

The Library collection includes: books, audio visuals, periodicals, graduate thesis documents, drawings, & plans. The Library operates under the policies of Atkins Library.

Contact Us

Architecture Library
Circulation Desk Phone: 704-687-0885   Library Chat

Policies, Circulation, and Equipment
Michelle Gachette
Architecture Library Supervisor
Office: Storrs 200D
Phone: 704-687-6101

Research and Instruction
Jenna Rinalducci
Arts and Architecture Librarian
Office: Storrs 200E
Phone: 704-687-8794

Visual Resources Collection (VRC) for the College of Arts + Architecture (CoA+A)

The VRC consists of digital images, sound, and video resources; it is a teaching and research collection derived from personal and published work, as well as purchased commercial photography. It represents the history of the CoA+A through its student and faculty work.

For more information about the VRC, please contact:
Jenna Duncan
Visual Resources Lecturer
Office: Storrs 200F 
Phone: 704-687-0096


Photo caption: Gwathmey-Siegel (American architectural firm, founded 1968). University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Storrs Building, official photograph of the Storrs Building, upon completion of construction, Thomas I. Storrs Building. 1988-1990, Image:1990. Artstor,