But I notice it each time I pass.
One side of Dorando Close is filled with the modern, sandy bricks of an office block and its three stories of windows.
The perspective is impressive and catches my eye every day, while a neat line of trees enhance and complement the sense of understated grandeur of the building.
But this is a community, with a bustling little supermarket just around the corner, a school opposite and BBC buildings close by.
It’s a place of people too.
The lady wearing the red hijab walked into shot as she went about her business, adding a daub of colour – and humanity – to the bland yet eye-catching building on this little London street.