'The Gingerbread City 2017'

Museum of Architecture 6 - 22 Dec 2017

Gingerbread City is an exhibition that invites architects, urban planners and landscape designers to design a city made entirely of gingerbread based on a masterplan developed by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design. Pitman Tozer will be designing a plot as part of the exhibition.
Find out more here

Cycle to MIPIM

8 - 13 March 2018

Both Luke Tozer and Pitman Tozer associate Andy Matthews will be cycling to MIPIM and raising money for Coram, the UK's oldest children's charity.

Every year, 100 or more riders from the property industry complete the 1,500km challenge in six days. In 2016, this increased to 200 people across two routes completing the journey and raising even more money for charity.

Sponsor Luke Tozer here
Sponsor Andy Matthews here

'London's Towns: Shaping the polycentric city'

11 Oct - 11 Jan 2018

Exploring the important role town centres are playing in accommodating London's population growth, this exhibition showcases the results from NLA's latest Insight Study, including 3 Pitman Tozer projects The Reach, Plaistow Hub and Monier Road.
Find out more here

'In Residence: Luke Tozer'

Nowness, Oct 2017

In the latest episode of In Residence, Tozer talks the creative challenge of tackling a difficult project and how he let light lead the design of the unorthodox sit.
Watch the film here

Pitman Tozer study trip to Amsterdam

12-14 Oct 2017

We had a fun filled 2 day programme looking at architecture of Amsterdam, including housing projects of Eastern Docklands, Borneo-Sporenburg and Funenpark, as well as tours of the Eye Film Institute, Het Schip and Hofjes of Jordaan. You can see more of our pictures from the trip here

NLA Cycle tour

Oct 2017

Associate Andy Matthews prepared and led a tour with Peter Murray. The tour formed part of New London Architecture's up and coming London's Towns exhibition and insight study. Starting in Greenwich and following a circular route around London the tour explored development and regeneration across London's Towns.

Open House London

16-17 Sept 17

Pitman Tozer once again opened up Mint Street and Gap House showing the public around as part of the annual architectural showcase.

Brick Awards 2017

Luke Tozer will be one of 4 judges of the Brick Awards

The annual Brick Awards celebrates the use of clay brick in every aspect of design and construction. The winners will be announced at a ceremony on 9 November. Find out more about the awards here

'Creative councils are building homes again'

ES Homes & Property, June 2017

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. Read the article here

Shortlisted for the Housing Design Awards

May 2017

Our Monier Road scheme in Fish Island for Peabody and Hill Partnerships has been shortlisted for the Housing Design Awards. The winners will be announced 10 July 2017.

Pitman Tozer exhibition as part of LFA

June 2017

As curious newcomers to Marylebone and Edgware Road, we embarked on a photography project exploring the streets surrounding us to discover what makes this area so unique. The exhibition was a collection of images and stories capturing the life and landmarks of our new neighbourhood including housing, transport infrastructure, public buildings and the spaces in-between.

'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


Celebration of Peabody

RIBA 9 Feb 2017

This event 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.
Watch the short film here

'Why are councils setting up private companies to build homes?'

The Architects' Journal, 9 Feb 2017

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 which Pitman Tozer are both working with.

'Make your future flexible'

ES Homes & Property, Feb 2017

Article on the future of flexible and custom build housing, including comment by Luke Tozer.
Read the article here