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Collett-Zarzycki is one of the very few design practices to offer a multi-disciplinary approach that embraces architecture, interior design and landscaping. This enables us to offer a fully comprehensive service to our clients from initial concept designs, through to styling. Click here for more information on our Design Management Process.

The practice has a vibrant creative team of over twenty architects and designers who work closely with freelance consultants and artisans. Our Clients include the owners of some of the most prestigious residential properties in London, the UK and Europe, USA and the Far East.

Collett-Zarzycki is best known for its attention to detail and careful use of elegant and characterful materials. With a particular appreciation of fine craftsmanship and custom finishes, Collett-Zarzycki create bespoke fixtures, fittings and furniture, imbuing their projects with a sense of quality and individuality. Our progressive, flexible and innovative design approach is informed and influenced by our deep-rooted understanding of classical architecture. This approach is evolutionary; we create tailored homes that respect tradition whilst reflecting contemporary life.

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ANTHONY COLLETT

Born in Zambia, Anthony Collett studied sculpture at Cape Town University before moving to England where he gained a diploma in interior design at the Hornsey College of Art. He continued his studies at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 1979 with a masters in Environmental Design. Collett went on to work with the highly influential designer, John Stefanidis, for many years before founding his own architectural and interiors practice in 1985.

GEORGIA COLLETT

Georgia was born and raised in London. She studied Fashion Design at Central St Martins College, going on to the Royal College of Art to receive an MA in Textile Design in 2010. After working as a textile designer for a number of years, Georgia joined Collett-Zarzycki as Design Assistant in 2013 and was made Director in 2020. Her textile education continues to influence her design work, in 2019 she created a capsule collection of rugs for Christopher Farr under the Collett Zarzycki name.