Martin Brudnizki is a Swedish interior architect and product designer, based in both London and New York. His design work covers a vast range of facilities such as restaurants, member clubs, hotels, and private residences. 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.
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, Brudzinski enables 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.
Established in 1964, Daphne’s is a neighborhood restaurant serving authentic Italian food.
The restaurant retains the effortless charm and natural warmth so synonymous with Italian culture whilst bringing it up to date for today’s dining crowd. A vibrant color palette of pinks, yellows, greens, and oranges reflects the rooftops of Positano and the great works of Venetian colorists. Whilst colorful, the restaurant retains a modern elegance and luxurious comfort with rich leather upholstery and marble.
Four Seasons Hampshire
Situated in the picturesque Hampshire countryside, Four Seasons Hampshire is a country getaway for those seeking to escape the city life.
From the high gloss marble Reception, guests can turn left into the Drawing Room or right into the Bar and Lounge. The Drawing Room, with its wood-paneled walls, original fireplace, and traditional rugs, offers a warm welcome to traveling guests. A variety of seating and cozy nooks provide the perfect spot to relax once guests arrive whilst artwork and objects are inspired by country sports.
Soho Beach House
Described as the place where ‘grit meets glamour, hotel meets private club,’ Soho Beach House is located on Collins Avenue in the Mid-Beach area of Miami.
Inspired by Cuba and Latin America, the oceanfront hotel, originally built in 1941, utilizes salvaged timber from Wyoming, encaustic floor tiles from a Church in Spain, vintage barber chairs from upstate New York. A faded color palette and aged timbers achieve a look closely associated with the maritime and Old Havana.
Annabel’s private members’ club is situated in a Grade-I Listed Georgian Townhouse on London’s Berkeley Square.
Taking inspiration from the new building’s garden and verdant greenery of Berkeley Square and the spirit of English eccentricity, the new Annabel’s communicates a design that draws direct links to flora and fauna in an eclectic and playful manner.
Les Jardins du Presbourg
Located on Avenue de la Grande Armée it takes inspiration from the tree-lined streets and L’Etoile, the unmistakable memorial built to honor the people of Paris.
A floral patterned woolen carpet floods the floor of the restaurant whilst upholstered banquette seating and dining chairs, complete with tassel trims and embellishments, provide comfort and elegance. A feeling of bringing the outside in enhances the restaurant’s ambiance, echoing the landscaped terrace outside whilst a hand-painted mural of scenes of Paris completes the look.