The new university residence has 100 beds, with temporary accommodation for off-site students, distributed in three buildings each with two floors.
The buildings, of new construction and modern design, are articulated in such a way as to create livable outdoor green areas between them. The structure provides accommodation in single and double rooms in mini apartments already furnished and equipped; the equipment is designed to accommodate guests in the most comfortable way possible.
There are also several common areas such as the laundry, break room, reception and parking.
The owner wanted to avoid the task of managing a large number of traditional mechanical keys, with the risk of incurring frequent loss of them. In addition, there was the need not to leave the lights on, resulting in an unnecessary waste of energy, whenever the students were not at home.