Zulufish is an award-winning architectural design & build practice and interior design consultancy. Based in West London, we offer a complete concept to completion service, specialising in transforming London properties into exceptional homes. Our philosophy is simple. Maximise the potential of the property within the client’s budget, whether that be a simple refurbishment, structural renovation or high-end fit out.
We build strong, trusted relationships with our clients through honest, professional and creative advice, cutting-edge design and craftsmanship, and budget-conscious intelligent build solutions. Working with you we turn your property dreams into a reality; designed, constructed and carefully thought through to maximise contemporary living requirements while emphasising your own personality, taste and design flair.
Having worked as a textile and interior designer for over 20 years, BIID member Caroline Milns launched Zulufish Interiors in 2013, as a sister company to Zulufish Residential, one of London’s leading Design & Build practices. The architectural team is run by RIBA part III qualified architect Patrick Owens, and it is this combination of architectural excellence and interior sophistication that truly sets us apart.
We also offer a full construction service, and our highly-skilled project managers oversee the build and implementation of our designs. All of our bespoke cabinetry is produced by our standalone sister company HUX, with whom we share a studio, a leading joinery provider to the interior design industry.
As a textile designer Caroline rose to the top of the John Lewis Home Design Studio, managing a team of designers and creating innovative product and textile design. Globetrotting to far flung corners of India, Vietnam and China, she sourced textiles, techniques and crafts, while garnering a deep understanding and refinement of colour. She retrained as an Interior Designer in 2007, working for Helen Green and McVitty Interior Consultants before launching the interiors division for Zulufish.