Together, we build the future!
Each room of Collegio is made of bricks, tiles, furnishings, lights, which are the foundations on which the dreams of girls and boys, who love to study and who are committed to achieving the best results grow.
Help us too to create the new Mole residence hall and to build life spaces, discussion and training for deserving students of Collegio Einaudi.
Support the renovation of the Mole residence hall of Via delle Rosine!
Redeveloping the spaces of Collegio Einaudi means
investing in the potential and merit of students, who choose Turin as the home of their university studies.
Thanks to your support it will be possible to create
33 of which are new
no more common bathrooms
and guest rooms for visiting scholars
gray water recovery and other interventions to reduce the environmental impact
Mole residence hall before the renovation
The Mole residence hall was built in the heart of Turin in 1968, as a ‘male’ residence of Collegio Einaudi.
A 4-storey building, for a total of 5,500 square meters, which required urgent renovations, since more than 2/3 of the 115 rooms did not have a private bathroom, but only a sink and the services (showers and toilets) were in battery.
In addition, access to the building lacked suitable measures to overcome architectural barriers and the systems were unable to guarantee efficiency, despite the continuous ordinary and extraordinary maintenance.
Mole residence hall after the renovation
Colored, bright and student-friendly spaces.
The new Mole Section will have 148 study places (33 of which are new) in a single room with bathroom in all rooms.
The attic will be made habitable with the creation of large and bright study rooms and guest rooms for visiting scholars.
The common areas will be redesigned and enlarged.
The Wi-Fi network will reach all the premises.
And above all it will be a residence with a limited environmental impact, thanks to cutting-edge eco-sustainable systems, such as the geothermal power plant for heating, photovoltaic and solar thermal systems, the gray water recovery system, etc.)