The flamboyant London Club Annabel’s is the latest work of top interior designer Martin Brudnizki. The luxury club remains a Grade I-listed Georgian townhouse on Mayfair’s Berkeley Square.
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Martin Bruznizki Design Studio wanted to create a unique experience for members, keeping “the spirit of English eccentricity” and gardens as their starting point for the interior design. His design is grand and glamorous while always providing a sense of coziness to large spaces.
“We wanted to create a club that is different from anything else that exists in London,” said Martin Brudnizki. “It’s really about fantasy – this is a club, you don’t come here for real, you come to be transported somewhere else. You come here as well to feel glamorous and have a great time”.
The club’s main dining space “The Garden Room” features a pastoral wall mural hand painted by British artist Gary Myatt. Outside there is a garden terrace, with a retractable roof so that it can be used throughout the year.
A sculpture of a unicorn is hung from its central stairs, recalls the mythical winged creature of Pegasus. Animal print fabrics, and are punctuated a little bit all over the luxury club.
The floral theme takes center stage in the women’s toilets and powder room, the ceiling is covered with handmade silk flowers, and the sink basins are in baby-pink onyx conceiving an impressive space.
Annabel’s represents Martin at his most whimsical with over-the-top flourishes one would hope for from such a storied London club.