A 170-bed student residence hall with associated dining and common facilities is configured in two buildings that, together with terrace walls, form an elevated and outdoor campus quadrangle. A seven-story tower placed at the south end of the campus complements the chapel tower to the north. The residence complex is organized within three separate “houses” each with its own entry, seminar room, and common room. The residence areas use a suite design with a combination of single and double bed rooms, internal bathrooms, and a combined kitchen/dining and living room. (Alan Joslin, as Principal-in-Charge of Design with William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc.)


Project Credits

OWNER: Trinity College, Hartford, CT

CONTRACTOR: Gilbane Building Company

ARCHITECT: William Rawn Associates, Architects

Principal-in-Charge of Design: Alan Joslin

IMAGE COPYRIGHT: Steve Rosenthal

Project Data

STATUS: Completed 2001

SIZE: 87,000 sf

COST: $23.5 million