Convocation Hall

Convocation Hall- University of Toronto, Canada

Convocation Hall is a domed rotunda on the grounds of the University of Toronto in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Designed by Pearson and Darling and completed in 1907, it was inspired by the grand theatre of the Sorbonne and the Sheldonian Theatre at Oxford. The building primarily serves as the venue for the annual convocation ceremonies, in addition to hosting academic and social functions throughout the year. The two most dominant and accentuated features of Convocation Hall are its exterior columns and the large domed roof. The columns are a cross between Doric and Ionic columns, as they consist of features…