The Levine Building project
Our goal is to build a high quality, durable and environmentally sustainable new building that will provide state-of-the-art residential, teaching and learning facilities. The building will meet the highest standards of quality, sustainability and energy efficiency, and has been designed to serve Trinity for hundreds of years.
The Levine Building has been designed to be fully accessible, as part of a major development to the college estate that will improve accessibility to both our current and historic facilities.
The new Levine Building will include:
- 46 en suite study bedrooms
- An auditorium to host lectures and performances
- 5 dedicated teaching rooms
- a large flexible function room
- An informal study/community area with cafe
- A library reception, librarian’s office, and wheelchair access to two floors of the library
- An additional formal study area
- A central administrative hub
- Music practice rooms
- 2 student kitchens and a student laundry
- Landscaping of Library Quad
Ground floor plan
The ground floor of the Levine Building will consist of five dedicated teaching rooms, a spacious community area and informal study space, a large function room with built-it kitchenette, and a flexible 140-seat auditorium.
First floor plan
The first floor of the Levine Building will consist of 21 en suite study bedrooms, a student kitchen and a central college administrative hub.
Second floor plan
The second floor of the Levine Building will consist of 25 en suite student bedrooms, a student kitchen and rooftop terrace with external seating.
Interior of the building
Several new spaces have been created in the Levine Building to bring people together. The largest of these will be the informal study/community area, which will also include a cafe.