Since founding Zachary Pulman Design Studio in 2007, Zachary Pulman has established himself as one of London's pre-eminent architectural designers known for his signature stealth luxe sensibility and consummate attention to detail. The studio boasts a client roster that includes The Institute of Competitive Socialising, Cifonelli as well as global giants Nike and PUMA. Along with the title of market leaders within the competitive socialising design arena.
Together with his expert team of architects, designers, engineers and construction specialists, his international practice takes a bespoke approach to each client's unique requirements.
Tell us a little about the space you are creating, and where your inspiration comes from?
With our Design Encounter space, we intend to add a sculptural dimension to the dining room concept. We joined forces with artists Divine Southgate-Smith and Bence Magyarlaki to create sculpturally-inspired furniture objects, fabricated by The Interior's House, that aim to poetically reinterpret the notions of human interaction and movement in space, in particular, a dining space. Each unit has one simple rule; All objects can be compacted into one whole unit and can be redistributed in the space in multiple compositions.
The contemporary art based pieces will be contrasted with a classical 3D arch design painted in a 2D format. Marc de Groot's Beehive Light, Fractal Light, and Raven Tiles – which can have a positive influence on the humidity of indoor environments and even stop the spread of household odours, further enhance the futuristic feel of the space.
Describe the space you’re designing in three words?
Futuristic, Dynamic, Eternal