Discover the Singular Interior Design Approach of Martin Brudnizki ⇒ The Swedish-born designer has been quite passionate about layering different materials, textures, and styles into singular design or space, and the truth is, the end result is always outstanding.
Martin Brudnizki is one of the most prominent interior designers in the UK. With twenty years of experience, Brudnizki and his studio have managed to work on some of the best interior design projects ranging from restaurants to private clubs as well as large-scale residential developments, and in today’s article, PullCast Blog explores a series of them, so take a look.
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Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) was officially founded in London by an extremely skilled interior architect back in 2000. The studio is comprised of around 70 creatives and is best known for bringing a lived-in-luxurious feel to high-glamour interior design projects.
The studio is best known for its meticulous approach to every project. He takes the utmost respect for a client’s brief and also takes into consideration the character of the respective location in order to create a cohesive design that meets the client’s expectations.
Top Interior Design Projects
MBDS has worked with some of the world’s leading names in the hospitality and restaurant sectors, including the likes of the Four Seasons, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Six Senses Luxury Resorts, The Surf Club, Nobu Matsuhisa, and Daniel Boulud, just to name a few. Below, you can find a curated selection of interior design projects crafted by the prestigious studio.
Four Seasons Astir Palace, Athens
The Ivy, London
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Anabel’s Nightclub, London
Soho Beach House, Miami
The Surf Club Restaurant, Miami
Matsuhisa restaurant, St. Moritz
Le Chardenoux, Paris
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Cecconi’s Miami Beach
The Miami outpost of this famous London restaurant, Cecconi’s sits on the ground floor of Soho Beach House located on Collins Avenue in South Beach, Miami. To evoke the signature glamour of the restaurant’s London parent, but with a fresh Miami angle, the use of vibrant colors and patterns by way of an encaustic tiled two-colored diagonally striped floor and custom-designed furniture was introduced and set amongst lush vegetation and silver button trees from which hang ‘glass jar’ lights and other lighting features. At night, with the twinkling lights illuminated, the hotel’s courtyard is transformed into a unique and magical space.
The Confidante is a 380-room oceanfront hotel that re-establishes the ideals of 1950s glamour. Located in a building that is one part Art Deco, one part Miami modernism, one part 21st Century design, and with a touch of Spanish revival, the interior is truly postmodern and reflects the rich architectural history of the building. The design takes influences from the mid-century resort style of the city’s heyday and fuses it with the glamour, texture, color, and comfort of the tropics to create a stylish and eclectic Miami Beach look. Martin Brudnizki was responsible for designing the entire hotel, including; communal areas, pool and beach area, spa, Seagrape restaurant, meeting rooms, and all bedrooms and suites.
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