University of Manchester - Wright Robinson Hall

The University web site says this of Wright Robinson Hall:

"Wright Robinson Hall is situated close to the City Centre and the main campus.  Accommodation is in well equipped single study bedrooms, each with a washbasin, wardrobe space, telephone and Ethernet connection. Main common room and launderette within the hall and residents have access to the social facilities provided within Chandos, Lambert and Fairfield Halls. Each of the eleven residential floors contain fifteen rooms, bathroom facilities and an equipped kitchen/common room, with microwave, cooker, and fridge freezer."

The building was designed by the architect W. A. Gibbon, of the Cruickshank and Seward architectural practice, and completed in 1966.  Pevsner says of it: "It is all in white concrete with shuttering marks."  You can see it below rising above the Students' Union