Pioneering timber architecture.
On the bank of the Regent’s Canal.
In the heart of creative Haggerston.
Welcome to 6 Orsman Road
Shoreditch architects Waugh Thistleton are the pioneers of cross-laminated timber – a sustainable material that’s not only non-toxic, but also increases productivity. Their design for 6 Orsman Road pushes new boundaries, celebrating biophilic design: using natural, sustainable materials like timber and clay finishes as well as natural daylight and air-purifying plants to create an environment that actively improves your wellbeing.
Everything from the exposed timber to the waterside setting is designed to make you feel calmer, more focused, more inspired. Every floor is flooded with natural light. The roof terrace boasts panoramic views over London, while the ground floor terrace basks in the peace and calm of the Regent’s Canal.
Home to the likes of Roksanda, Dezeen and Resident First, Haggerston is the place to be for London’s most creative creatives. From Haggerston Overground, it’s four minutes to Shoreditch. And it’s also right on Super Cycle Highway 1, so you can cycle to Liverpool Street and Broadgate in just 14 minutes.
The surrounding streets – Kingsland Road, De Beauvoir Crescent – are full of small independent eateries, from Vietnamese cafes to artisan bakeries. And from October 2020, you’ll also have access to Storey at 100 Liverpool Street, with lounges, a café, meeting room and breakout spaces where you can work or meet clients.
At a glance
- Pioneering design
Sustainable materials, cross-laminated timber, solar panels, smart LED lighting, BREEAM Excellent
- Health and wellbeing
Cycle racks and showers with fresh towels, green spaces, air-purifying plants
- One-of-a-kind setting
Canalside setting, panoramic views over London, rooftop and waterside terraces