The library at the Aarhus School of Architecture is a public research library that covers topics such as architecture, construction, design, sustainability, and planning. The library has over 50,000 books and about 150 journals. We offer access to the most important relevant reference databases and the material laboratory MLAB can be found in the Library’s basement.
The Library is integrated into the school’s research and study activities. We provide guidance in information retrieval, source criticism, copyright, the reference management tool Zotero and how to use good documentation practices. We also take part in communicating the school’s many research activities, and we manage the research database in which the staff register their academic work.
At the library, you will find both quiet workplaces and group work settings. You are welcome to bring your laptop, lunch, and materials to the Library.
The Library at the Aarhus School of Architecture is open to all. All Danish residents, as well as foreign students with a student ID for a Danish institution, can be registered as borrowers at the Library, just remember to bring your medical card. The medical card is your library card.
When registering as a borrower at the Library, you are obliged to comply with the current rules.
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From Thursday October 29 everyone is required to wear a face mask or visor when visiting the library. While seated you are allowed to remove your mask or visor, but you must put it back on before standing up.
Aarhus School of Architecture COVID-19 FAQ
- Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 10.00 – 16.00 (15.00 – 16.00 manned by student workers)
- Wednesday 10.00 – 18.00 (15.00 – 18.00 manned by student workers)
- Friday 10.00 – 15.00
Opening hours in week 42
- Monday – Friday 11.00 – 14.00
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