The last object visited today was not an office but a private house belonging to a family. Usually when you think of Haringey the best you can remember is something like this...
...so we were really surprised to discover such a gem completely invisible from the street:
It is hard to spot even from the neighbouring tower block because the building is cut into the natural slope and sports a green and grassy roof. The fenced territory around holds also additional structures like garage and garden shack:
Of course, green energy panels (I am not sure about their real effectiveness but was almost sure to find them there):
The area was originally a historic park but no trees were harmed during the development:
Visitors were also let inside:
I can add that this object gave me a strange feeling. I mean, when visiting an office or a public service building you don't get that disturbing suspicion that you will probably never in your life find yourself in a place like this.