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At the heart of the Studio’s work is a profound commitment to the individual and their experience of an interior. Through the careful study of a project’s context and a client’s lifestyle, a dedication to functionality, and a love of layering different materials, textures and styles, the Studio hand-crafts environments that enable clients to develop personal and long-lasting relationships with their interior spaces.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio works across the world with notable clients including Four Seasons, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Six Senses Luxury Resorts, Soho House Group, The Birley Group, Caprice Holdings, Sydell Group, Beaumarly Group, The Surf Club, Andrew Carmellini, Royal Academy of Arts, Nobu Matsuhisa and Daniel Boulud.
Through this experience, the Studio has acquired a high level of expertise in the design and realization of high-profile and luxury schemes, always reducing the complexity of any project to simple design solutions.
The Beekman is a 287 room Thompson Hotel located near Manhattan’s Financial District.
Originally called Temple Court and built in 1881 in the American Queen Anne style, the rich architectural history of the building guided the design of the hotel. From its distinctive exterior, to the beauty of the dilapidated Victorian interior found inside, The Beekman is a hotel with provenance and its new interior scheme compliments this story.
Located two doors down from the original London nightclub, the new Annabel’s has been redesigned by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. The nightclub of Annabel’s is located down in the basement and is comprised of the Jungle Bar, Nightclub, Legacy Bar and male and female bathrooms.
Inspired by the grandiose homes and gardens in Bellagio, Italy and the whirlwind glamour and excitement of Las Vegas, The Mayfair Club is a fine-dining restaurant at Bellagio Hotel.
Reinventing the traditional concept of dinner and dancing, The Mayfair Club is located on the ground floor of The Bellagio with unbeatable views across to the iconic fountain display.
Carne Mare is a chophouse and seafood restaurant by renowned New York chef Andrew Carmellini and Noho Hospitality. The two-story restaurant and bar is located in the historic South Street Seaport area in Downtown Manhattan.
Located in the financial district of Downtown Dallas, Bullion is a mid-century-inspired fine dining restaurant from chef Bruno Davaillon. Embodying the ambience of a traditional brasserie, Bullion’s design by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio blends together a sense of theatre, intimate booth seating and a more relaxed lounge bar area.
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, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio used 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.
With low-level lighting, tactile materials, and a rich color palette of burgundy and sky blue, Bavette’s has a glamorous, speak-easy ambiance. Timber and leather contrast again soft button and ruched detailing whilst beveled mirror and crystal chandeliers introduce light and elegance to the space, helping make it a destination in itself within the busy Park MGM hotel and resort.
Located in a beautiful Edwardian Belle Époque building, Scarfes Bar draws on the neighborhood’s strong sense of history.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio was asked by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts to design the bar located inside the London edition of their luxury hotel group. Transforming the space into a warm and vibrant bar, the Studio took inspiration from the atmosphere of a drawing room and the sophistication of a gentleman’s club. Optimizing the heritage of the baroque building style and French motifs, original architectural features were preserved.
Located within The Dupont Circle, a hotel from The Doyle Collection, The Pembroke and adjoining Doyle Bar bring mid-century glamour to Washington D.C.
Embracing the hotel’s 1950s architectural style, The Pembroke and Doyle Bar features interiors harking back to the mid-century period, with statement timber walls, a color palette of blue, yellow and red, and artwork that reflects the neighborhood. Relaxed in style, the restaurant and bar are a welcome spot to unwind for both hotel guests and visitors to the capital city.
Sessanta is a neighborhood restaurant in SoHo offering a menu of coastal Italian and Sicilian cuisine.
Commissioned by restaurateurs John McDonald and Steven Eckler, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio looked to the avant-garde aesthetic of Giò Ponti and the glamour of Federico Fellini to create a scheme that perfectly captures the playful and witty mood of mid-century Italy.
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