Adam Khan Architects and JA Projects also on scheme
Southwark council has appointed a team led by dRMM to redevelop the Tustin Estate near the Old Kent Road.
Adam Khan Architects and JA Projects are also on the project which was masterplanned by DSDHA and will involve working with local residents to redesign the five-hectare site in south-east London.
Exterior Architecture joins the team as landscape architects and Beyond the Box is working on community engagement and social value.
The mixed-tenure, residential-led scheme includes council homes, shared-equity homes and key worker accommodation as well as homes for private sale to fund the council housing.
The primary school will be redeveloped, a new park created at the centre of the estate and commercial space provided.
Alex de Rijke, director of dRMM, said the designs would focus on creating a great place to live with innovative housing design.
He added: “The existing masterplan by the DSDHA team, Common Grounds, and Southwark council’s dedicated work with the residents offers a strong departure point for development. This team want to make the whole Tustin Estate – school, housing and landscape, an example of socially oriented, integrated contemporary design.”