We enjoyed a winter walk this November around four of our housing schemes in east London. Travelling from Gascoigne East for Be First, onto Imperial Street for Guinness, then Plaistow Hub for Populo Living.
We then walked north through Queen Elizabeth Park through Fish Island Village to have dinner next to our completed scheme Monier Road, for Peabody.
Pitman Tozer Architects 20th Birthday
We celebrated our 20th anniversary this September, with a party in our new studios - thanks so much to all who came.
We look forward to sharing some of our defining projects, interests and values with you over the coming months.
Monier Road - Open House London Festival 2022
We enjoyed a twilight tour of Fish Island and our scheme Monier Road at this years Open House London 2022.
Monier Road, part of the Fish Island master plan for Peabody, led by Haworth Tompkins and featuring Lanterna by Lyndon Goode.
Gap House - Open House London Festival 2022
We were delighted to show the public around Gap House for the tenth year running at Open House London 2022.
"Wow! I had no idea from the outside how spacious it would be inside."
The Tiny Forest project was organised by Earthwatch. The Dagenham team including Pitman Tozer Architects and Peabody, planted 350 trees.
The trees included a mix of native species - including hornbeam, common privet, willow, holly and elder - planted densly over a 200sqm area and based on an established forest management method developed in the 1970s by Dr Akira Miyawaki.
The Miyawaki Method is one of the most effective tree planting methods for creating forest cover quickly on degraded land that has been used for other purposes such as agriculture or construction. It is effective because it is based on natural reforestation principles, i.e. using trees native to the area and replicating natural forest regeneration processes.
Luke Tozer, Director of Pitman Tozer Architects, will be talking about "Overcoming Obstacles to Sustainable Commercial Architecture" on a panel with Matthew Holloway, Principal of Grimshaw and Richard Holland, Director of Holland and Harvey Architects. The discussion is Chaired by Isabelle Priest Acting Managing Editor of the RIBA Journal.
Our first project for Southwark Council has received planning permission. The proposed scheme sits within the Lindley Estate and will create 44 new homes for social rent, in a 5-storey building fronting Peckham Road and Commercial Way in Southwark.
We are happy to announce that Pitman Tozer will be taking part in Open House London Festival 2021.
The Festival will be from 4th -12th of September and we have two on-site projects - Monier Road and Gap House and two virtual tours - The Reach and Windmill Place.
We can't wait to see you there.
Plaistow Hub ground breaking ceremony
The mayor of Newham, Rokhsana Fiaz, has kickstarted building work on our project in Plaistow for 182 new homes. The project will benefit not just local people but the whole of Newham as it's funding 112 affordable homes across the borough.
One year since we sat down in our home offices, kitchens, bedrooms or gardens, to come together for our first virtual studio quiz, we look back on a year of remote social.
Join Luke Tozer, director of Pitman Tozer, as well as Helen Evans, Chief Executive of Network Homes, Damien Sharkey, Managing Director for Hub, Fareen Lalani, Development Director for Quintain and Alice Lester, Operational Director for Brent Regenation, Growth and Employment in a webinar that will focus on the development activity in Brent as the council look to drive investment, regeneration and inclusive growth.
Join Luke Tozer, director of Pitman Tozer, as well as Jonathan Cornelius, head of property development, Transport for London, Councillor Shama Tatler, cabinet member for regeneration, property and planning, Brent and Councillor Martin Whelton, cabinet member for housing, regeneration, and the climate emergency, Merton Council in a webinar to hear four case studies of rail-side development and understand the potential of this frontier to support housing targets.
Architecture Today and Schueco present Unlocking Challenging Sites Webinar.
Join Luke Tozer, co-founding director of Pitman Tozer Architects as well as Chloe Phelps, head of design at Croydon Council's property development company Brick by Brick and Frederic Paulus Akuffo, managing director at Autor Architecture to discuss the challenge of unlocking potential on difficult sites.
Emerging East London
Pitman Tozer Architects is hosting a talk on behalf of the @architecturefoundation 100 days studio programme of events, Day 17.
A virtual tour of 3 East London housing projects, one built and two on the drawing board, developing ideas of housing and place making as London grows Eastwards.
Pitman Tozer have once again been baking our plot for the annual gingerbread built environment event. This year the exhibition will be at Somerset House. Open to all...
Join Pitman Tozer and clients Peabody for a tour of our newly completed housing scheme The Reach and surrounding area in Thamesmead.
A night in Lyon and a day exploring Le Corbusier's architecture, we rounded off the day with an overnight stay at Le Corbusier's Sainte Marie de La Tourette convent.
This exhibition looks at how for the first time in decades London boroughs are building new homes, seeking to respond to the housing crisis.
Our schemes included in the exhibition: Plaistow Hub, Brick by Brick schemes and Gascoigne East Estate Regeneration.
Luke Tozer will be speaking alongside Colm Lacey and Chloe Phelps of Brick by Brick and Sally Lewis of Stitch looking at the practical realities of delivering a programme of 50% affordable housing for Brick by Brick in Croydon.
Wandle Road has been selected for inclusion in the annual survey will be accompanied by a showcase of recently completed and proposed tall buildings in London with an exhibition in the NLA Gallery and a series of events
‘The suburbs, and Croydon, in particular present a real opportunity to tackle the city's acute housing shortage by carefully managing the densification of these places in a way that is true to their character and affordability, whilst making them more diverse and vibrant places to live and work.’ Our Homefield House was exhibited as part of this public exhibition exploring Brick by Brick's smaller sites programme.