AJ Architecture Awards 2018 Finalist
Our summer social this year was held at GoApe Battersea, swinging from the trees followed by drinks and pizza. Now looking forward to our study trip to Lisbon in October!
Luke Tozer will speak at this event as part of NLA's Transport and Infrastructure programme that brings together those working towards a healthier London for updates on recent strategies and projects, inviting discussion on what more can be done to make sure we reach the Mayor's target and ultimately ensure London is still a desirable place to live and work in the face of massive growth. Find out more here
In addition to giving tours of these 3 projects we also participated in a walking tour 'Fish Island North: Past, Present & Future' with BUJ Architects and Ash Sakula Architects.
Our schemes as part of the larger Croydon Smaller Sites Programme commissioned by Brick by Brick Croydon Ltd were a winner at the Housing Design Awards ceremony. See the project on the Housing Design Awards website here
Sketch of our Monier Road features in Building's 'Sketch of the Week' by Pitman Tozer project architect Tom McAviney.
See the sketch in Building here
Imperial Street, our scheme with btpw partnership for Lindhill in Bromley-by-Bow has been shortlisted in the housing category.
See the shortlisted schemes here
'An Area Strategy for Coulsdon CR5' with Mary Duggan Architects for Brick by Brick has been shortlisted in the Masterplans & Area Strategies category.
See the shortlisted schemes here
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.
Continuing support of Coram, the UK's oldest children's charity post MIPIM 2018, Luke Tozer will be cycling the 100 mile Prudential Ride route. Find out more about the ride here
'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.
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A walk and talk looking at the past, present and future of
Fish Island, exploring the importance of the role of architecture in helping
re-assert a new identity of an area and how a new sense of place can be
achieved whilst respecting the past.
The walk was led by those involved in Fish Island Village, Esther Everett (LLDC), Jennifer Pirie (Lyndon Goode Architects), Ken Okonkwo (Haworth Tompkins Architects), Luke Tozer (Pitman Tozer Architects) and Cris Robertson (The Trampery).
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.
Read AJ article here
Read AJ article on shortlisting here
Planning has been granted for 2 more of our schemes with Brick by Brick. The schemes have a total of 33 homes together with a community centre in Coulsdon, South Croydon.
Article by Luke Tozer
'Experiments in housing new ways of living - The ongoing Western fascination with Japan' in review of 'The Japanese House: Architecture and Life After 1945' exhibition at the Barbican.
The ride around back lanes of Kent, for those training for the Club Peloton cycle to MIPIM 2018 was led by Pitman Tozer associate Andy Matthews took place on Sunday 4 Feb.
Our 407-home scheme in east London with bptw partnership has been approved by the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). The Imperial Street scheme will see five buildings of between three and 14 storeys created by the canal in Bromley by Bow. The scheme, backed by developer Lindhill Properties, will include retail and employment space.
Lateral House features in this book highlighting the many facets of timber technology being applied in construction and the ways in which these have impacted upon the design of housing.
"When designing homes we have an opportunity to craft buildings and interiors specific to the needs of the client." Luke Tozer's sketch design for a stone floor hidden bike stand features in issue 23 of Domus Nova.
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.
Pitman Tozer associate Helen Reid talks to Richard Waite about diversity in the profession. Read the article here