Who we are

Founded in 2002, Pitman Tozer has established a reputation for working closely with clients to design and deliver elegant, imaginative and practical houses on complicated, heavily constrained sites.

As well as numerous private projects, including their acclaimed Gap House which won the 2009 RIBA Manser Medal, the practice is increasingly being commissioned by public bodies and developers for larger schemes.

Recent projects include RIBA award winning new-build development of 67 homes in East London for Peabody, a number of private houses in central London and a sixth-form centre for a school in East Sussex.

Tim Pitman (director)

Experienced at designing and running every type of project from conversions and extensions to new build flats and public buildings, Tim Pitman brings his attention to detail and design expertise to everything from the most intricate private schemes to major urban projects.

A graduate of the University of Cambridge and the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, he became a registered architect and member of the RIBA in 2000 and combines practice with teaching at architecture schools including Cardiff University, Westminster and the University of the West of England.

Luke Tozer (director)

Luke gained first-hand experience designing and delivering to budget on a house for himself and his family on an unpromising West London site. With personal appreciation of the pleasures and pitfalls of building your own home, he enjoys working with clients to guide them carefully through the process to successful completion.

A registered architect and member of the RIBA since 1999, he also studied at the University of Cambridge and the Mackintosh School of Architecture.

Luke has a keen interest in planning and housing and is an active member of the RIBA Housing Group and is chair of the RIBA Self-Build Committee.