A Building Worth Leaving Home For.

The Binary. A redeveloped high-end office that makes a bold statement. A building by Fabrix and designed by Soda Studio. A smart building for smart people. A Shoreditch vibe with South Bank style.

Located in the lively Copperfield Street. In touch with everything the South Bank has to offer. Flat Iron Square, Union Street Arches and Bankside.

Highly sought after building, with almost complete occupancy. Only the Ground floor of 4,100 sq. ft. remains available.

A building by Fabrix.


Let there be light

Windows on three sides which naturally illuminate the workspace all day long. When the day gets dim, turn on the sustainable suspended LED luminaries. Enjoy the outside.

Let there be height

Lofty floor to ceiling height of 3.7m. No access ramps. No suspended ceilings. Serious head space for heads that think free.

Breathe easy

VRF air conditioning technology with zonal control and windows that actually open. Fresh air to encourage fresh thinking.

Clean and green

Superloos with hand basins, wall-mounted pans, showers, vanity mirrors and hand dryers. Painted and ceramic surfaces. Secure cycle parking in the West Yard area.

Always on

High-speed fibre optic broadband is already connected. So you’ll be too.

Fabrix purposefully repurposing

Why knock down when you can refit. No need for needless landfill. Cut down on CO2 emissions and retain many original features. Simple, effective thinking.





Immerse yourself in the South Bank and feed your mind with its heady cultural mix of theatres both classic and new, (Old and Young Vic), as well the Tate and Jerwood art galleries.

Feed your body with its vibrant food and drinks scene. Taste artisan coffee shops (The Gentleman’s Barista), sample destination bars (The Olive Garden) and eat in acclaimed restaurants (Union Street Café), all within easy walking distance.

From experimental street food to Michelin starred chefs there’s something to suit any occasion. Flat Iron Square, Old Union Yard Arches all offer a host of exciting new food outlets.

The much-anticipated Timeout London food market is due to open in Waterloo in 2020.

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Journey Time From The Binary to Airports

Local Occupiers


Upon Request


Through joint-sole letting agents.

Ben Fisher

0207 855 3584

Luke Austerberry

0203 757 8579

James Heyworth-Dunne

0207 029 3610

Cameron Stratton

0207 029 3610