The Christison Hall,
mid-century modern at its best
Imposing windows overlooking the College grounds bathe the hall in natural light. Representative of the period’s ‘brutalist’ architectural style it was built in concrete and dark brick, all the rage in the 1960s.
Benefiting from an additional upper-level dining room which may be used as a balcony area overlooking the spacious main hall. The canopied quad makes for an ideal al fresco reception area.