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62 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Trinity View Student Accommodation – A Stunning Development


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et to become one of the most iconic developments in the city of Coventry, Trinity View Student Accommodation


is a stunning new 614 bedroom residential scheme that has been built to bring the latest in modern city living to students looking to place themselves in the heart of the city and University life. Designed by Manchester- based Day Architectural, on behalf of Crosslane Student Developments, the project is comprised of six new residential blocks surrounded by a private landscaped courtyard, creating a development that is considered not just a place to reside but a place conducive to both socialising and working. The development ‘Trinity View’ takes its


name from it being able to see the infamous three spires of Coventry from the 10th floor rooftop terrace, and was designed such that each of the six blocks are stepped at different heights of three, seven and ten storeys, rising ultimately to a 20-storey tower in the south- west corner of the site. With the development residential in nature obviously safety of the student occupants was a major consideration in the selection of construction materials. For this reason, ALUCOBOND®


A2 (7,000m2 ) was specified


for the project, which is a non-combustible aluminium composite panel system, and due to its mineral-filled core, meets the strict requirements of fire regulations in the UK and globally, without compromising the architectural possibilities for the concept and design of buildings. ALUCOBOND® A2 is also impact-resistant, durable and weatherproof. Its proven non-combustible properties make ALUCOBOND®


Mark Winstanley, Specification Manager: 07584 680263 Richard Clough, Business Development Manager:


07760 884369 www.alucobond.com


A2


suitable for most applications including residential, retail, public buildings, corporate headquarters and offices. Ensuring the building made a bold


and desirable statement the ALUCOBOND® A2 cladding was specified in 503 Champagne Metallic (10-25 per cent and 40-70 per cent Gloss) and 504 Bronze Metallic finish (10-25 per cent Gloss and 40-70 per cent Gloss). Fabrication was undertaken by BTS Fabrications and installed by Metclad Limited. Though the project has only recently been completely (May 2019) it has already received wide acclaim and is proving a big attraction with students.


Paul Herbert, Sales Manager: 07584 680262


PROJECT DATA


Project: Trinity View Student Accommodation Location: Friars Road, Coventry Facade material: ALUCOBOND® A2 Champagne Metallic 503 & Bronze Metallic 504 Construction system: Screwed Building Owner: Crosslane Student Developments Architects: Day Architectural Fabricator / Installer: BTS Fabrications / Metclad Limited Year of construction: 2019 Copyright pictures: Brentwood Group


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