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London has the most amazing hospitality projects by Martin Brudnizki

London-based interior designer Martin Brudnizki is well known for his refined and elegant interiors and after more than 20 years designing bespoke pieces and luxury furniture, he is also responsible for the interiors of The Ivy, Annabel’s, Scott’s and the all new Sexy Fish.

Today, we have selected some interior design projects that are a reference for us. Take a look at these beautiful luxury modern interiors and get inspired!


Browns London

On request from Mrs Burstein, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio redesigned this women’s store on South Molton Street. The Studio worked closely with the Client’s team to create a contemporary and timeless, yet relaxing environment using materials such as limed oak, lacquered panels and blackened steel – all set off by the subtlest shade of pink on the walls. Bespoke rugs designed by Christine Van der Hurd were chosen for the first floor and all furniture and fittings were custom designed to display the retail collections with a feeling of understated luxury.

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Hartnett Holder & Co Lime Wood New Forest

Martin Brudnizki Design Studio was asked to design Hartnett Holder & Co, the new restaurant at Lime Wood Hotel in the heart of the New Forest National Park. The restaurant is a collaboration between Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett and Lime Wood’s Head Chef, Luke Holder. The design took inspiration from the building’s Regency architecture and from the restaurant’s locally sourced, simple dishes. Martin Brudnizki Design Studio introduced a panelled, dark-stained oak bar topped with an Irish green marble to the dining space and bespoke furniture upholstered in rough linens and patterned fabrics to bring an unpretentious sense of English eccentricity.

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The Ivy Chelsea Garden

Following in the footsteps of The Ivy Market Grill, the London Studio designed The Ivy Chelsea Garden. Offering a slice of an idyllic English garden, all hidden away behind the busy King’s Road, the tranquil space has been designed to give Londoners a space to rest and escape the bustle of the city. With a colour palette of green, orange and cream, mirrored wall panels and botanical themed vintage artwork, alongside the lush foliage of the restaurant’s outside area, The Ivy Chelsea Garden has become a new destination for those wanting to be close to nature in the heart of Chelsea.

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Pizza East Portobello in London

Martin Brudnizki Design Studio worked with Nick Jones to create his second Pizza East restaurant; this time located on Portobello Road in Notting Hill. Consistent with the informal feel of Pizza East Shoreditch, vintage items such as the tin ceiling, glazed tiles, reclaimed timber panelling and a variety of found tables and chairs were sourced from New York. The result is a buzzy atmosphere in line with the lively neighbourhood surroundings.

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Soho Beach House

Described as the place where ‘grit meets glamour, hotel meets private club’ Soho Beach House is located on Collins Avenue in South Beach, Miami. Nick Jones requested Martin Brudnizki to work with him on this 80,000 square foot hotel and private member’s club with over 40 bedrooms, three rooftop suites, two large pools, beach cabanas, screening room, Cecconi’s restaurant, and an expansive Cowshed Spa. Drawing inspiration from Cuba and Latin America for the palette of weathered bright colours and patterns, materials used in the project include salvaged timber from Wyoming, encaustic floor tiles from a church in Spain, vintage barber chairs from upstate New York and many reclaimed fixtures throughout the space. Within the hotel suites, one-off vintage pieces were sourced from antique dealers on the West Coast of America, while the bathrooms were designed in a classic British style. The bars and restaurants were created to exude a rustic Latin charm through the use of aged, ‘roughed-up’ materials, dark timber elements and warm, passionate colours.


The Club At The Ivy in London

Located over three floors above the famous Ivy restaurant, Martin Brudnizki created this private member’s club to be a warm and comfortable space.  Housing an impressive collection of young and established British artists’ works, the design of the club was based on the 1930s style of the Ivy restaurant below.  The Studio took timber panelling through the 2nd and 3rd floors and created a more contemporary interior for the 4th floor. All furniture found throughout the space was custom designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio who also collaborated with Paola Petrobelli on the ceiling light fixtures. For the entrance lobby, a 1970s Venini chandelier was found and restored to greet members and their guests on entry to the club.


Wentworth Club in London

Richard Caring asked Martin Brudnizki to redesign the restaurant, bar and lounge of this famous golf club. As the brief was to inject some glamour into the spaces, the Studio created a new champagne bar using beautifully patterned plaster wall panels coupled with  an onyx and white lacquered bar with brushed brass detailing. For the dining room, mirrored wall panels were installed which had been carved in a floral pattern and subsequently painted in gold and silver colours with their backgrounds finished in white and gold leaf to give the room an amazing sense of depth.  Beautifully handcrafted furniture and lighting was used throughout in keeping with the look and feel requested.


Hope you got inspired with these remarkable interiors by the amazing Martin Brudnizki!


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