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William Butterfield designed this fabulous neo-gothic red brick building as a monument to John Keble. He was one of the founders of the Oxford Movement which sought to see the Catholic nature of the Church of England.
The brick work is mostly red brick with white and blue patterned banding. It's controversial, just like Marmite you either hate it or love it. I think it's pretty funky.