We are thrilled to have our project with Be First in Gascoigne East feature in the NLA Zero Carbon London report, taking a look at how London is addressing the climate emergency.
Pitman Tozer’s plans for the 226-home third phase of the Gascoigne Estate regeneration scheme have been approved by Barking and Dagenham council.
The Observer: The New Review
Article by Rowan Moore analysing Peabody’s regeneration plans for the Thamesmead area of south-east London, with The Reach signalling the first of Peabody’s ambitious plans.
The Architects’ Journal
Article by Rob Wilson on our third Peabody housing scheme for Peabody. On a challenging site, The Reach, a low rise scheme with Gallery access is the first new housing in the London Mayor’s Plumstead and West Thamesmead Housing Zone
With phases one and two complete, this article by Veronica Simpson looks at the completed projects by Haworth Tompkins, Lyndon Goode and Pitman Tozer and where the area is headed.
Fish Island Village makes the AJ cover story for this issue with building studies of Monier Road and neighbouring schemes by Haworth Tompkins and Lyndon Goode.
Article by Lee Mallett on the 2012 Olympic Legacy and creation of new neighbourhoods around the Park including Fish Island Village, including comments from a Monier Road home owner.
‘But advances in architecture and sound engineering could offer solutions...’ Mint Street is included as an example of how a site considered too noisy for living was successfully transformed.
Article by Tarek Merlin on the UK's public procurement system and exclusion of small practices, with our appointment for Mint Street by Peabody mentioned as a small practice success story.
Graphic designer Alistair Hall uses Instagram as a platform to highlight the city's significant nameplates.
Article by Ella Jessel on the recent approval of our 25-storey tower on Wandle Road Car Park in central Croydon for Brick by Brick. 6 other Croydon projects were also handed permission.
We are delighted to be part of the winning consortium led by HTA Design, and including Stitch to deliver phase 3 of the ongoing redevelopment of the 1960s Gascoigne East estate in Barking, east London. The competition was organised by Barking and Dagenham Council's regeneration arm, Be First.
The new-build house replaces a 1960s end-of-terrace mews house. The new house is characterised by bronze paneling, frameless glazing and fastidious detailing which results in jewel-like book end to the terrace.
This book including Gap House showcases 100 houses – one from each year from 1914 – that represent the range of architectural styles throughout the years and show how housing has adapted to suit urban life.
Lateral House features in The Moder Timber House book by Peter Wilson, highlighting the many facets of timber technology being applied in construction and the ways in which these have impacted upon the design of housing.
Article by Lee Mallet on how sixteen out of London’s 33 boroughs are funding development and building homes, tackling housing shortages and generating income including Croydon Brick by Brick including an image of Homefield House.
Article investigating what the boom in council-owned housing developers will mean for architects, including mention of Newham’s Red Door Ventures and Croydon’s Brick by Brick both of which Pitman Tozer are working with.
This event at RIBA showcased Peabody developments including our Monier Road and The Reach. A short film was made by Peabody for the event including an interview with Pitman Tozer.
Our Gap House project features in Robin Ash’s piece on the UK housing market and building on city-centre plots.
Gap House features in this visual showcase of outstanding environmentally friendly houses, including technical data for each featured project.
Domestic adaptations and extensions
Lateral House features in Architecture Today’s publication on domestic designs.
Philippa Stockley meets the owners of our Lateral House project in West London.