Fish Island in Hackney

Meet the architects working on the Fish Island Village.

Fish Island Village has been designed by Haworth Tompkins, Pitman Tozer and Lyndon Goode Architects.

Each of the one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and maisonettes will be located around a series of landscaped piazzas and courtyards, which are designed to create vibrant and thriving communal areas. Hill and Peabody's partnership with The Trampery will also build on Fish Island’s artistic heritage, aiming to inspire creativity amongst entrepreneurs by incorporating studios, workshops and a gallery.


More about the team

Haworth Tompkins

Haworth TompkinsHaworth Tompkins' work has won over 50 design awards including the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize for the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool and four RIBA awards for housing projects.

Projects include the Athlete’s Village and our Peabody Avenue Project in Pimlico and More West in West London. 


Pitman TozerPitman Tozer

As well as private projects, including their acclaimed Gap House which won the 2009 RIBA Manser Medal, Pitman Tozer Architects is increasingly being commissioned by public bodies and developers for larger schemes.

Recent projects include our Mint Street development.


CMA PlanningCMA

CMA Planning was established as a specialist planning, regeneration and development consultancy in 2006.

CMA Planning now has a wide range of clients from private developers, education providers, housing associations to house builders, investors and commercial operators.


Lyndon GoodeLyndon -Goode -Architects -logo

Selected by the Architectural Foundation as one of the top 100 practices to emerge in the past decade, Lyndon Goode Architects has built up an impressive portfolio of housing, cultural and community projects.

Projects include Peabody's Lee Green development and high street regeneration in North London.


Hill

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Peabody and Hill will deliver Fish Island Village as a strategic joint venture.

Hill is an award-winning top 15 UK Housebuilder, specialising in developing distinctive new build homes across London and the South East.


The Trampery

In 2009, The Trampery opened Shoreditch’s very first startup workspace.

Since then the company has continued to pioneer new kinds of environments for entrepreneurship and innovation.

To date, The Trampery has developed eight sites in London, characterised by exceptional design, world-class partnerships and acclaimed tenants.