LUKE TOZER

Founder, Pitman Tozer Architects

“I’m looking forward to seeing and discussing how technology has accelerated changes to the way we work and how that is influencing how we redesign workspaces for the future. How the new workplace will need to offer more to attract people to come together into the same physical space to collaborate.”

Luke founded Pitman Tozer Architects with Tim Pitman in 2002 and is actively involved in the design and delivery of all projects across the studio. He is also the New Business and Marketing Director, leading the senior team in pursuing and securing new work.

Luke’s experience extends beyond the design of his own Manser Medal winning home to landmark housing and mixed-use schemes across London. He champions collaboration with like-minded clients, experts and innovators to discover insights and new ways of working – ways that help to make the city a better place to live, work and play.

Luke was an active member of Camden’s Design Review Panel 2016-18 and is a visiting critic at the University of East London. He sat on the RIBA’s Housing Group until 2017 and was also Co-Chair of the RIBA’s London Planning Group. Previously, he helped to establish the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Design Review Panel, as well as panels for Brent and Lewisham.

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