Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) was founded by interior architect Martin Brudnizki in 2000. The practice has a wide international coverage, with both the London and New York offices being commissioned to carry out work on all corners of the world. Having worked on some of the most celebrated interior projects in the industry – including The Ivy, Soho Beach House Miami, Scott’s and Cecconi’s, Martin’s studio consequently received notable press and media recognition, including accolades from Wallpaper*, Tatler, Harper’s Bazaar and the European Hotel Design Awards.
MBDS’ philosophy is to bring a lived-in-luxurious feel to high-glamour projects, and keeping a highly flexible approach which respects each client’s needs and character, taking into account it’s contextual environment – from location, to history, and social impact. This winning combination has been the recipe for the practice’s success in major international projects of all varieties, from restaurants, hotels and private clubs to incredible private homes.
Here we share a selection of 10 of MBDS’ comercial projects which keep us deeply inspired:
Wild Honey Restaurant – London
Situated opposite the spectacular St George’s Church, the room skilfully combines a stunning outlook with a stylish, modern interior. Classic wood panelling offset by a bespoke collection of modern photographic art complete the look. The French-inspired menu offers the freshest, most seasonal of ingredients and a daily-changing selection of exciting dishes.
Rosewood Bar – London
Inspired by the atmosphere of a drawing room and the sophistication of a gentleman’s club, features a roaring fire, a collection of cosy velvet armchairs and shelves filled with over 1,000 antique books hand-picked by a Portobello antique dealer
Drake One Fifty Bar Lounge – Toronto
After ten years of hosting guests and travelers from all over the world at our West Queen West HQ, Drake has come to be known as an energetic hub for dining and hospitality as well as visual and performance art. Our first restaurant outpost moves our brand eastward to downtown Toronto’s bustling Financial District and, of course, extends our mandate for all things Drake.
Built in 1904, the hotel was renamed in honour of President John F Kennedy’s visit in 1963. It has been extensively restored but still retains its family feel. The tranquil Villa garden in the centre is ideal for alfresco dinner and drinks in the warmer months.
St. Pancras Grand – London
Club at The Ivy – London