From home movies to documentaries, industry to entertainment -
the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive explores 100 years of Scotland's history captured by amateur and professional
Stuco are delighted to have created a public space which engages visitors of all ages and backgrounds, whether students researching or families seeing what life was like when Granny was wee. The space - with the redeveloped Kelvin Hall in Glasgow - consists of an informal drop-in area (where visitors become acquainted with the archive through curated material), study areas with task seating (and access to the full archive), rentable rooms to view analogue media (break out the Betamax and VHS) as well as an exhibition which introduces the Library's full collection in Edinburgh.
It's especially great to have worked on a project that is continuing to get praise by the client and MIA staff themselves. First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, described the space as being "really, really amazing, much more than I expected".