Achieving an equilibrium between inspiring creativity and sensible pragmatism, this practice creates compelling, responsive spaces with a distinctive identity.
Studiously tuned into forward-thinking architectural solutions, Pitman Tozer Architects are well-respected for their affinity to mould environments in a way that makes the most of tight metropolitan constraints. Equipped with in-depth research into the social, cultural and environmental nature of a place, their studio of energetic, engaged and curious architects are on a mission to repair the urban fabric of the city. Established in 2002 by Tim Pitman and Luke Tozer, this practice transcends the traditional expectations of an architect to deliver expertise at every stage, from masterplanning, feasibility studies and sustainability to visualisations, policy writing and design review.
Unfazed by complex technical challenges, Pitman Tozer Architects live and breathe urban restoration. Take a look at their award-winning transformation of an ageing Victorian property into a spacious, light-saturated family home. Elsewhere, a four-storey residence that hugs the gap between two listed buildings in the Bayswater conservation area and the reconstruction of a semi-detached villa in Notting Hill.
This practice transcends the traditional expectations of an architect to deliver expertise at every stage.