New Village Apartments
Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut


Architect of Record:  Newman Architects, LLC
Principal in Charge:  Joseph Schiffer
Project Architect:  Erin C Hastings

Fairfield University's newest residence hall, 51 McInnis, implements part of the University's residential master-plan to attract more upper class students back to campus with a residence hall offering low-rise, independent-living apartments.  One-hundred eighty-eight beds are organized in 4-8 person apartments to support the Universities' live+learn program.

Residence Hall Entry 
Sketchup visualization of building entry and common areas.
Building entry from Library Walk.
Sketchup visualization of residence entry and terrace.
Sketchup visualization of southeast elevation.
South facing Living Room windows.
Grass steps up to Hall Common terrace. 
Ground Level Plan
Typical Residential Level
Sketchup visualization of Hall Common, adjacent to Shared Main Entry.
Hall Common adjacent to Shared Main Entry.
Study Area and Hall Common separated by pathway to terrace area.
Sketchup visualization of Hall Common, Terrace to the right.
Sketchup studies of Hall Common and Media Room millwork screen. Quartersawn, FSB oak with etched glass panels.
Etched glass and wood louver screen separating study area
from more active, Hall Common.