TU Dublin will open the East and Central Quads to students, staff and the local community soon, but you can take a VR tour of the buildings now!
The largest investment in Higher Education in over 50 years, Grangegorman will unify the University’s city centre activities on one vibrant campus providing students with an incomparable educational experience. The new cultural hub of Grangegorman, if not the city, will be the East Quad, which will be home to students of Music, Drama, Creative Arts, Media, Law, Social Sciences and Languages. Accessed via the Broadstone Gate – a new public plaza which will link the Green Line Luas to the University.
The largest building in Grangegorman at 36,000m2, the Central Quad will be home to students and staff in the Sciences, Health, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Culinary Arts, and Tourism. Designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, a magnificent existing Copper Beech tree is the focus of Quadrangle space, which is surrounded by a simple, but generous, colonnade. Large windows and exhibition spaces on the ground floor open up the building, announcing its role as the teaching and social centre of the University, bringing together staff, students and the community to interact, engage and learn together.