'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.
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'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.
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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.

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.

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

'Homes for All Ages'

Urban Design London, 15 Nov 2016

Luke Tozer will be giving a talk as part of this session investigating housing options for different groups within our society, including how they can be funded, designed and delivered. Find out more

Sheffield Design Week

21 - 30 Oct 2016

Mint Street will be showcased as part of the public exhibition 'New Urban Housing Ideas for Sheffield' looking at innovative examples of urban housing from across the UK and Europe. Find out more about Sheffield Design Week here

'Imagine Hammersmith Ideas Competition'

June 2016

Pitman Tozer Architects were joint winners in this competition to capture ideas to improve Hammersmith Town Centre, set up by Hammersmith London Business Improvement District (BID) and West London Link as part of LFA.

'Policy Priorities for Housing in London'

11 Oct 2016

Luke Tozer will be speaking at this seminar that will bring together key policy makers with a range of professionals to assess the future for housing policy in the capital. Find out more about the event

'UWE Ibstock Architecture Lecture Series'

Jan 2016

Tim Pitman gave a talk on housing in as part of the 2016 Ibstock Architecture Lecture Series at the University of the West of England.

AJ Architecture Tomorrow

MIPIM UK 21-23 Oct 2015

Pitman Tozer Architects exhibited as part of the Architecture Tomorrow curated gallery of future British architectural projects stand at MIPIM UK Olympia, London.

'Self Build on a Shoestring'

Competition run by the National Custom & Self Build Association in collaboration with Grand Designs Live. Sept 2015

Luke Tozer was a judge of this ideas competition seeking proposals for new self-build homes. Find out more

Good Homes Alliance Tours

30 April 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 23 Apr - 11 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.
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'Housing: Inconvenient Truths'

Green Sky Thinking Week 2015

Good design improves lives, but solving the housing crisis requires changes in politics, economics and care for 'society' - coupled with long term planning - to better lives in a more sustainable world. How can the profession help? We debated this topic with Mole Architects, 5th Studio & Beyond Green.

'Architectural Lecture Series'

UEL Architecture Students Society, Feb 2015

Houses and Housing: Tim and Luke gave a talk on their work to date as part of the UEL Architectural Lecture Series 2015.

'Don't Move, Improve - Talk: Design Inspiration'

NLA, Building Centre, Sat 24 Jan 2015

New London Architecture hosted a day of free advice and inspiration to Londoners looking to extend their homes, Luke Tozer presented as part of the lunchtime talks programme. Find out more and book

'Designing London - Infilling London'

Urban Design London, Jan 2015

Tim Pitman gave a talk as part of a session looking at design options and best practice for infill development. Find out more

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. NLA website

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.

New London Architecture Exhibition: RIBA London Award Winners

NLA, Building Centre, 2009

Our Gap House features in an exhibition of RIBA London Award Winners, and in a show of 50 new buildings since 2000 to celebrate Westminster's Year of Design.