Contractor Renaker Build LTD
Trinity Riverview is a 35-storey residential tower located on the doorstep of Manchester’s central business district. Thus, this highly prominent gateway location of the site required a building of exceptional design quality.
The tower features a simple architectural form expressed as a single billet of steel using silver metallic panels throughout the facade and natural anodised aluminium vertical fins to emphasise the slenderness of the massing.
The building consists of 318 apartments with communal spaces. The first three floors are set back from the street to draw views through to the river allowing the opportunity to incorporate four triple-height, freestanding columns to dramatically signal the main entrance to the scheme.
Due to completion 2020.
Typical Levels: Unitised system with DGU vision glazing, side hung windows and vertical aluminium fins
Typical Levels: Unitised system with Alucobond opaque insulated panels and vertical aluminium fins
Ground & Mezzanine: Stick system with DGU vision glazing, side hung windows and vertical aluminium fins
Denton Corker Marshall
Denton Corker Marshall is a highly acclaimed international design practice founded in 1972. It produces innovative architecture and urban design throughout Europe, Asia and Australia.
The practice is well known for landmark global projects such as the Melbourne Museum, Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre, the Australian Pavilion in Venice and Manchester Civil Justice Centre.
Regardless of scale or type – skyscraper, museum, bridge, house or cup – each design is conceived in its own right, generated by the project’s unique requirements and delivering genuine benefit and value to the client.
The practice’s significant collection of RIBA and AIA Awards includes Australia’s highest architectural honour, the Australian Institute of Architects' Gold Medal.