St Anne’s College was originally founded in 1879 as The Society of Oxford Home-Students. The clean lines and simple block structures of the 1964 Wolfson and Rayne Building is very distinctive. Modern architectural buildings tend to make good use of glass and this building does not disappoint. The boxlike windows are a key focal point of the design.
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