A new development at the University of Oxford has been officially opened by the HRH The Prince of Wales.
The Levine Building is Trinity College‘s first major upgrade in more than 50 years and includes a new auditorium for lectures and performances.
It has purpose-built teaching rooms, student bedrooms, a function room and an informal study area with a café.
Designed by Hugh Petter and his team at ADAM Architecture, this ambitious development includes an auditorium, five purpose-built teaching rooms, 46 student bedrooms, a large flexible function room, and an informal study/community space with café. It also creates wheelchair access to two floors of the existing college library and an additional formal study area.
The Levine Building will transform our academic facilities, residential accommodation, social spaces and physical access, and improve our provision for graduates. It will also enable us to engage more fully with prospective students, the local community and the public thanks to the addition of spaces to hold performances, events and conferences.
The building is named in recognition of Peter Levine (1974), whose transformational donation in memory of his parents allowed this project, and many other notable college-wide initiatives, to take shape.