The House of Parliament of Charis was where the Charisian parliament met to discuss and pass legislature. It was a large building, with the largest room being the chamber.
Its plastered walls were paneled to above head height in the exotic tropical woods which were typical of Charis' northern forests. Ceiling fans were mounted on exposed beams and light would filter in through vast skylights, which would be opened in the morning to allow cooling breezes to enter.
Though neither house had its own chambers, there was a distinct separation between the groups. With the House of Commons to the left of the Speaker's lectern, the House of Lords to the right, and the Church of God Awaiting distributed along the upper house's seats. The seating itself stretched away from the lectern in a multi-tiered upside-down horseshoe.