'Cities are louder than ever - and it's the poor who suffer most'

Guardian Cities, 25 Apr 2019

'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.
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'The vast majority of architects can't bid for public work: something has to change'

AJ, 20 Feb 2019

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. Read the article here

'Hiding in plain sight': How London street signs reveal more than just names

Guardian, Sept 2018

Graphic designer Alistair Hall uses instagram to highlight the city's significant nameplates. Read Guardian piece here. View his Instagram here

'Peabody unveils plans for low cost homes'

ES Homes & Property, Feb 2017

Article on Peabody and affordable housing including our Mint Street scheme and current Peabody projects in Thamesmead and Fish Island, Hackney Wick. Read the article here

'Slow Burn City: London in the Twenty-First Century'

Rowan Moore, Mar 2016

Mint Street features in this book packed with stories about the physical fabric of London in the twenty-first century. ISBN: 978-144270188

New Ideas for Housing - London Housing Showcase Oct - Dec 2015

Mint Street is included in an exhibition as part of the NLA Showcase highlighting the very best examples of new housing projects in London - recently completed, under construction or at design stage.

Top 60 Developments, Inside Housing Magazine, Oct 2015

Mint Street has been named one of the Top 60 Developments 2015 by Inside Housing magazine. It was highly commended in the best development of the year category at the awards ceremony in October.

'The quiet revolution in British housing'

The New Review, The Observer, Aug 2015

Mint Street features in this article by Rowan Moore on the role of architects in creating imaginative and sustainable architecture for the future.
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'New homes for first-time buyers'

ES Homes & Property, July 2015

Article on first-time buyer properties in London, mentioning Mint Street our Peabody scheme in Bethnal Green.
Read the article here

'Taking Stock' Brick Bulletin, Architecture Today

Summer 2015

Profile on Peabody and the use of bricks by the housing association in their housing schemes including our Mint Street project.

Good Homes Alliance Tours

Apr 2015

We gave tours of Mint Street as part of the Good Homes Alliance programme of events, seminars and workshops on pertinent topics organised for members and non-members promoting sustainable homes and communities.

Public London: 10 years of transforming spaces

NLA Apr-July 2015

A model of our Mint Street housing project for Peabody features in the NLA Insight Study and 10th Anniversary exhibition at the Building Centre.

RIBA London Regional Award

May 2015

Mint Street wins an RIBA London Regional Award. The winning schemes were announced at an awards ceremony at the National Theatre's Temporary Theatre on the Southbank.

Shortlisted for First Time Buyer Readers' Awards

Feb 2015

Mint Street has been shortlisted in both Best Architectural Design and Best Medium Development categories.

'Regarding the Residential'

Architectural Research Quarterly, Sept 2014

Edward Wainwright interviews Luke and Tim about setting up practice and current projects. Read the article

Shortlisted for The Sunday Times British Homes Awards

July 2014

Mint Street is shortlisted in the Affordable Housing Development category.

Mint Street wins at New London Awards

July 2014

Our scheme with Galliford Try for Peabody won Best Housing category, sponsored by Turley.

'Right side of the tracks: Mint Street by Pitman Tozer'

Architects' Journal, July 2014

Cover story article by Ellis Woodman on our Peabody housing scheme. Read the article

Shortlisted for The National Housing Awards

July 2014

Our Peabody housing scheme is shortlisted in the Best Design category of The National Housing Awards.

'Quality street: Peabody rolls out the future of affordable housing'

Guardian, April 2014

Interview piece by Oliver Wainwright on our newly completed Peabody housing project, Bethnal Green. Read the article

'Affordable homes'

ES Homes & Property, May 2014

Article on Peabody housing projects, featuring our Peabody scheme Mint Street in Bethnal Green. Read the article

'Meet: Pitman Tozer Architects'

Blueprint, May 2014

Interview piece with Luke and Tim.

Mint Street wins at Housing Design Awards

July 2014

Our Peabody housing scheme in east London is a winner in the Completed Schemes category.

'Ahead of the curve'

Architecture Today: Inform, May 2014

Report on our Mint Street scheme as affordable rented housing.

Housing Excellence Awards

Apr 2014

Our scheme for Peabody in Bethnal Green is shortlisted in the Best New Affordable Housing Scheme category.

'Spotlight: Peabody looks to include smaller firms'

Future of London, Nov 2013

Interview piece with Peabody Development Director Claire Bennie on shaking up housing procurement with their drive to involve more small firms in their new developments and the success of our project with them. Read the article

New London Architecture exhibition: Housing London

Building Centre, London, Oct-Dec 2012

Our housing scheme for Peabody features in this exhibition addressing the issues affecting the design and delivery of London's homes.

'Keep your eyes open and carry a pencil'

Life Class, Building Design, June 2012

Interview with Luke on our Peabody scheme, Inuit Igloos and Isi Metzstein.

'Peabody housing in Bethnal Green by Pitman Tozer'

Architecture Today online, Feb 2012

News that our housing scheme for Peabody in Bethnal Green has been granted planning permission.

'First Look'

Building Design, Dec 2011

A feature on our Peabody housing scheme by Oliver Wainwright.

Architecture Open

RIBA exhibition, Oct-Nov 2011

Photos of a model of our Mint Street housing project for Peabody feature in the inaugural RIBA London Architecture Open exhibition.

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