The new student housing that has been constructed is specifically designed for students and consists of 250 beds, facilities for disabled students, shops, a healthcare center, sports and recreation areas, and support spaces for the Estates & Facilities team. The building spans over six floors and has a total floor area of 12,110 square meters. Known as Oisín House, this building is located on Pearse Street and has been built to serve as a residence for Trinity College students, with a healthcare and sports center incorporated within the building.
Although it is situated in Dublin, Oisín House has a modern look and feel and is a unique interpretation of the surrounding environment, creating a new vernacular for the city. The courtyard layout is not only an extension of the sequence of Trinity squares but also serves as a public city square, acting as a gateway between the College and the city, and bringing vitality to this previously inactive area of Pearse Street.
We supported our client on the project BIM Modelling production for the mechanical and electrical services.