Tag : Pitman Tozer
The AJ goes west, featuring interviews with five Bristol practices – Cryer & Coe, Emmett Russell, Smith Maloney, Connolly Wellingham and 3|10 Studio – focusing on a key infill or retrofit scheme each is working on; as well as a building study of Barefoot Architects’ Cor-ten Courtyard House in the city. PLUS Pitman Tozer Architects completes the first new homes for ...
The Reach, a low-rise scheme with gallery access, is the first of many new homes that Peabody plans for its regeneration of Thamesmead, writes Rob Wilson. Photography Kilian O’Sullivan
The AJ homes edition looks at east London’s Fish Island Village featuring housing by Haworth Tompkins, Pitman Tozer and Lyndon Goode; as well as Graeme Nicholls Architects’ twin-block development of flats in Ashtree Road, Glasgow; and we ask whether a slew of factory-built schemes means the modular housing future has finally arrived. PLUS a building study of Marks Barfield’s Cambridge ...
Fish Island Village: Housing at scaleSubscription
Haworth Tompkins – with Pitman Tozer Architects and Lyndon Goode Architects – is creating a busy working piece of city on a formerly isolated backlands site in east London, writes Rob Wilson. Photography Nick Kane, Rory Gardiner and Fred Howarth
Pitman Tozer Architects’ designs for a 25-storey tower on a car park in central Croydon have won approval – the latest in a string of approvals for the local council’s development company
Architects have dismissed plans for the Architects Registration Board to assess fire-safety competence levels when designing ‘higher-risk’ tower blocks, describing the proposal as ‘missing the target’
A 407-home scheme in east London by Pitman Tozer Architects and bptw partnership has been approved by the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) despite objections by Tower Hamlets Council
Pitman Tozer Architects has won the go-ahead to build a bronze-clad, end-of-terrace mews house in Kensington, west London, described by the practice as a ‘jewel-like bookend’
Profession reacts to PM's social housing pledge: 'Warm words won’t put roofs over heads' Subscription
The RIBA and leading architects have slammed the prime minister’s pledge for an extra £2 billion for affordable housing over the next five years as simply not enough
Newham Council has granted planning permission to four linked schemes, totalling 217 homes, by Pitman Tozer Architects, dRMM and Karakusevic Carson Architects