Leonard Wolfson Auditorium
The brand new Wolfson Auditorium building offers:
- The architecturally striking design of the brand new Wolfson Auditorium blends elemental concrete with the warmth of wood; highlighted by an elegant chestnut-lined interior and infused with natural light. The building has much to offer, including:
- Tiered theatre auditorium comfortably seating 50 – 150
- Touchscreen audio-visual control
- Seminar rooms for 20 boardroom layout with screen and projector
- Car parking for lecturers, cycle parking for students, on bus and Park & Ride routes
- Disabled access
- Term-time and holiday availability.
A feature-piece of the College’s modern architecture, with wood panelling and a striking 'pyramid' ceiling providing excellent acoustics. Low-level lighting and wall tapestries create a stylish ambiance, and flat flooring and free-standing furnishings enable highly flexible seating layouts, and expansive space for dancing/entertainment. Seating is on comfortably upholstered oak chairs.
Adjacent to the Hall, with a sliding partition wall enabling the two spaces to be used in tandem for functions. Wood panelling, polished wood flooring, and artworks on loan from the Ashmolean Museum are combined with a window view of garden greenery. Flat flooring and the room’s square dimensions enable flexible layouts for meetings or dining. The Marble foyer provides a pristine registration area.
A light and airy rectangular room situated behind the entrance Lodge, on the lovely Tree Quad. With sliding glass doors onto a patio, this space is particularly pleasant for dining in the warmer months. The informal ambiance and a self-contained rear section for breakouts makes this room ideally suited to participative workshops.
Upstairs Suite: Private Dining Room, Coffee Room, Florey Room
A suite of three interlinked spaces, each with full-length windows providing profuse natural light and stunning vistas of the riverside landscape. Located at the top of marble and red carpet stairs, with lift access, the rooms run along a corridor adorned by plants and paintings, with an 'atrium' view of the Berlin Quadrangle. Comfortably furnished and with a changing art exhibition, these rooms are particularly well-suited to small day meetings and team 'away days', as well as intimate private dining.
An upstairs, lift accessible meeting room with 'executive style' large round table. The full wall-length window view onto the river and golden-coloured furnishings and décor give this room an unusual combination of professionalism and warmth.