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The Sidings makes an impact the instant you see it. Trains dart under its levitating form. The monumental facade reflects expanses of sky. Historic walls define an entrance that welcomes in the world.

This is a building that will draw a community to your culture, shape behaviours, and inspire your people to feel closer, think bigger, and act greener.

The building opens in dramatic fashion. Enter, and the energy of the Docklands stays with you. Textures flow seamlessly from the outside in. Immense windows fill the double-height reception with light and street life. The air buzzes with conversations from the café and social spaces. Community starts here.


The Sidings has a long history as a place to relax and recharge. Three outdoor terraces uphold this legacy.
High above the city in the clean sea air, these pocket parks promote all forms of wellness, from mindful time to lively get-togethers.

Lead The

Work at scale on agile office floors.

Big, bright floorplates flex on demand to support market leader aspirations. Ceilings are high, reaching 2.8 metres on every floor. All nine office floors have super-efficient cores, large 9-metre spans, and few if any columns, so layouts adapt with ease to accommodate growing teams.

Revitalising History

TOT Architects have revived the spirit of Docklands industry for future workforces through the fabric of this building.

This is an inventive workspace that uses heritage materials, tones and styles to entice its community, an expressive building that floats, sweeps and unfolds in a constant state of flow.

Though big in height and scale, there is an attractive lightness to The Sidings as it rises gracefully in stepped terraces to its penthouse pinnacle.

The historic wall is reinterpreted, opened up and made active. From what was a barrier, the architects have crafted an entrance experience: a gateway to your world, a signal of sustainable values and a symbol of the inclusive culture within.

The Sidings is inspired by the heritage of its site and the textures of its surroundings. By retaining the original railway wall and using a local material palette we express history both internally and externally, creating unique and dynamic spaces that build upon the character of the canalside location.

Fiona Nulty