Alan Pullman, AIA, is Studio One Eleven’s Founding Principal with over 30 years of experience in urban design, mixed-use and community projects. At Studio One Eleven, Alan is responsible for overall management and strategy, as well as design leadership on select projects.
Alan’s work focuses in context sensitive subjects with an emphasis on urban infill and adaptive re-use projects such as Courtyard Lofts and 4th + Linden, both winners of several local and national AIA awards. Other notable projects include Dalton, a transit-oriented mixed-use project in Pasadena, CA; the revitalization of the Lincoln & Rose shopping center in Venice, CA; the sustainable development of the Long Beach Conservation Corps Environmental Education Center; as well as various streetscape and storefront revitalization programs through public agencies. In addition, he has led planning efforts such as Downtown Long Beach Visioning, which studied the city’s growth over a 15-year period and informed the City on how the urban form should develop.
Alan is a registered architect in California and a member of both the American Institute of Architects and Urban Land Institute, where he serves on the Inner City Council. He holds a position as board member for the Long Beach Conservation Corps and is an advisor to the 4th Street Merchant Association. In addition, Mr. Pullman is a partner in East Village Associates, a development firm dedicated to adaptive re-use projects that contribute to the downtown economic, environmental and community life.
A native of New York, Alan received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University.