Butler College Dormitories that located in Princeton, United States, was designed by PEI COBB FREED & PARTNERS Architects LLP. The complex has been carefully conceived in scale, material, and detail so as to offer the much-needed new dormitory space in an architectural form characterised by warmth, eventfulness, and informality aimed at creating a connective thread with the University’s rich Collegiate Gothic tradition. The above-grade program is comprised of a pair of two- to four-story wings consisting primarily of ‘quad’ suites accommodating four students with two bedrooms, a common living space, and an en-suite bathroom. Paired single bedrooms sharing a private bath, RA suites, and graduate student and visiting faculty apartments make up the remainder of the dormitory bed program.
Each dormitory floor features common areas, including kitchenettes, studies, and small lounges for private use by residents. At its lowest, primarily entry levels, the Butler Commons includes ‘Studio ’34′, a food emporium, with both indoor and outdoor dining options.