The residential life concept for Miltimore Hall was to provide a state-of-the-art facility to retain upper-class students on campus.
The primary goal of the exterior design was to provide a modern building that would be warm and welcoming to students. The building is organized around a courtyard concept that maximizes the CAPACITY437COST PER SQ FT$180.30FEATURED IN2011 Architectural Portfolio site area while placing all the common and program spaces at the corners of the buildings. This ensures that these important spaces have the best views. One of the primary features of the project is a dramatic courtyard that has multiple built-in seating areas and terraced garden spaces.
Miltimore Hall provides 437 new beds for upperclassmen in one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom suites and apartments. All the student units provide single bedrooms and living rooms, with the apartments providing fully equipped kitchens. Each floor of the building provides common-use lounges, kitchens and laundry rooms that are designed to attract students.
Miltimore Hall was designed with sustainability in mind and is seeking LEED certification.