Since founding Zachary Pulman Design Studio in 2007, Zachary Pulman has established himself as one of London’s premier architectural designers known for his signature stealth luxe sensibility and consummate attention to detail.
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. Specialising in competitive socialising and leisure hospitality, recent clients include Nike, Puma and Swingers. It is testimony to Zachary’s professionalism, skill and knowledge that all his commissions have been through word of mouth recommendations.
- Hospitality Interior Design
- Leisure Hospitality Interior Design
- Retail Interior Design
- Residential Interior Design
- Corporate Interior Design
- Competitive Socialising Interior Design
- Concept Development
- Immersive Design
- Experiential Design
SWINGERS WEST END
Following the success of Swingers City, we were commissioned by the Institute of Competitive Socialising to design their second crazy golf venue; Swingers West End which opened in March 2018. Whereas Swingers City reimagined a 1920s English country golf club set in rolling lush grounds, Zachary Pulman’s design for Swingers West End takes crazy golf back to its seaside roots in a venue that reimagines the faded glamour of the 1920s English Riviera.
Each location has a strong identity but with this one we were inclined to be more daring.
COMING SOON – SWINGERS NEW YORK
We are pleased to announce that we are designing The Institute of Competitive Socialising’s first US crazy golf venue. The New York Swingers will be located in the 22,000 square feet basement level of the Virgin Hotel which is under construction at 1227 Broadway between West 29th and West 30th Streets.
We were approached by The Institute of Competitive Socialising to develop the design concept for their new venture; Swingers – an 18 hole, Crazy Golf venue a stones throw from The Gherkin.
Drawing much of their inspiration from the 20’s and 30’s, architect Mike Morris and the rest of the design team focused on innovative ways to marry elements of the traditional Clubhouse with more modern, contemporary elements.