Sustainable architecture that brings joy to people, homes and neighbourhoods.
Pitman Tozer Architects is a boutique studio with an established reputation for designing and delivering imaginative and practical projects on complicated urban sites.
Kindred House in Croydon is our most recently completed project in this vein.
The studio’s expanding portfolio for public and private clients includes large-scale, mixed-use regeneration projects, buildings for education and high-quality homes.
The practice has been critically acclaimed for Mint Street in Bethnal Green, a development for Peabody which won a New London Architecture Award 2014, Housing Design Award 2014 and RIBA Award 2015. Gap House, a narrow, new-build terraced London townhouse, won the RIBA Manser Medal in 2009, bringing the practice international acclaim.
More recently The Reach, for Peabody in Plumstead, won Inside Housing’s Affordable Housing Scheme of the Year in 2021 and Windmill Place, for Brick by Brick in Croydon, won Building Magazine’s Housing Development of the Year.
We are currently delivering 550 homes on sites across South and East London, which include a community hub, library, cafes, gym and supermarket. We enjoy working with contractors to deliver our schemes and are on site with our first net zero Carbon in use scheme at Gascoigne East Estate regeneration for Be First in Barking and Dagenham, and the regeneration of the area around Plaistow Underground station for Populo Living in Newham.
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