Back in the 1980s, this was the place where I would occasionally work. Whilst most of my teaching took place in the kind of concrete prefabs that passed for modern architecture in the 1960s, I would occasionally be called on to lecture at courses based at Wentworth Woodhouse which, for a brief period, formed part of Sheffield Hallam University. I must have taken this photograph on one such occasion. The Grade 1 listed 18th century mansion has the largest country house frontage in Europe. It was quite some place of work.