New Levine building at Trinity College
Oxford

Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford
Levine Building, Trinity College, Oxford

The Levine Building at Trinity College in central Oxford is a substantial new development set in the heart of Trinity’s historic site – this is the first major upgrade of the college’s academic facilities in more than 50 years. It provides world-class facilities for teaching, residential accommodation, public outreach, and social activity including purpose-built teaching rooms, a major new auditorium with 148-person capacity, 46 en-suite student bedrooms, a large flexible function room, a rooftop garden, a new library wing that also provides disabled access to the listed library, and an informal study/community space with café. The award-winning building has been designed in such a way that it can be reconfigured internally over time if the needs of the College change, and supports the College’s ambition to improve diversity of applicants from a wider range of backgrounds, and to be a benchmark for overall accessibility.  It is designed to sit comfortably within the College’s rich built and landscape heritage, on a site within a listed garden with significant historic trees nearby as well as there being archaeological interest.

The new buildings have stone-faced elevations finished in a honey coloured ashlar limestone to match that used elsewhere in the College, and a pitched slate-covered roof.




Client Trinity College, University of Oxford
Designed By Hugh Petter
Landscape Architect LDA Design
Interior Designer Theatre Consultants - Theatreplan
Project Manager Bidwells
Awards

Selwyn Goldsmith Awards for Universal Design 2023 regional finalist
Traditional Architecture Group (TAG) Member’s Built Project Award 2022
Georgian Group Award 2022 for A New Building in a Georgian Context
Oxford Preservation Trust Award 2022
Traditional Architecture Group (TAG) Member’s Built Project Award 2022 Commendation


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