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- Four Edwardian houses, including Whewell House (built for L. F. L. Oppenheim, Whewell Professor of International Law, later home Major-General Frederick Barton Maurice and Silbury House.
- Adrian House and Butler House, built in the 1970s;
- A new development completed in 1995 by Sir Richard MacCormac of MJP Architects, and opened by the Queen. This complex provides accommodation for students and a small number of fellows, along with a common room and other amenities.
Although not based around courts, the newer buildings do follow Cambridge tradition in that all rooms are accessed via staircases rather than corridors.
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