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Martin Brudnizki is one of the top UK interior designers listed on the House and Gardens Top 100 Leading Interior Designers. Named by Wallpaper magazine as ‘one of the best hotel and restaurant designers of his generation’ his interior design ideas have inspired many interiors.
Martin Brudnizki is known for creating elegant and sophisticated interiors globally. We’ve chosen our 10 favourite projects of his to demonstrate why his interior design ideas create the perfect environment for the refined hustle and bustle or the urban spaces he creates.
His dynamic style and indulgence of colour by combining the perfect palettes give his interiors a trademark personality unrivalled by many in the industry. Martin Brudnizki’s studios are based in London and New York and his design of famous locations such as The Club at the Ivy are rife with interior design ideas.
His interior design ideas are inspired from many different sources; from architecture and geometry to nature and art.
A perfectly balanced room is essential to his practice, he uses space and light to create his refined interiors.
Martin Brudnizki’s interior design ideas are sought after in the hospitality world, known for his sexy restaurant make-overs he’s transformed London’s most famous eat-outs and bars. From the famous Annabel’s frequented by the stars to La Caprice.
The Rosewood London hotel is a perfect example of how he effortlessly combines indulgent colours that balance and bring personality and excitement into a public space as he believes “Colour is the elixir of life”.