THANK YOU FOR YOUR REQUEST
We will be in touch soon.
Luxury Hospitality inspiration is what we bring you in this article today!
Martin Brudnizki founded the firm in 2000, and it now employs over 70 interior designers, architects, lighting designers, product designers, and art consultants. It has experience creating hotels, restaurants, bars, and private members’ clubs, as well as residential developments and assisting a select number of people in designing their dream homes.
SEE ALSO: Luxury Hotel Rooms From Anouska Hempel
A profound commitment to the individual and their experience of an interior is at the heart of the Studio’s work. The Studio hand-crafts environments that allow our clients to develop personal and long-lasting relationships with their interior spaces by carefully studying a project’s context and a client’s lifestyle, a dedication to functionality, and a love of layering different materials, textures, and styles.
As a result of this experience, the Studio has developed a high level of expertise in the design and implementation of high-profile and luxury schemes, always reducing the complexity of any project to simple design solutions.
The new Annabel’s communicates a design that draws direct links to flora and fauna in an eclectic and playful manner, taking inspiration from the new building’s garden and verdant greenery of Berkeley Square, as well as the spirit of English eccentricity. Each floor of the four-story Georgian townhouse tells a different story based on various gardens depicted throughout history, all while paying homage to the listed building’s original architectural detailing.
The Mayfair Club, located on the ground floor of The Bellagio and reinventing the traditional concept of dinner and dancing, has unbeatable views across to the iconic fountain display.
Carne Mare is a chophouse and seafood restaurant owned by Noho Hospitality and renowned New York chef Andrew Carmellini.
The two-story restaurant and bar are located in Downtown Manhattan’s historic South Street Seaport district.
MBDS assisted the Royal grocers in introducing their brand to Asia, inspired by the elegance and sophistication of Fortnum & Mason’s iconic Piccadilly store.
The new Fortnum & Mason, located in the ultra-modern K11 Musea on Hong Kong’s picturesque Victoria Harbour, stands as a beacon of English hospitality in a burgeoning market. Fortnum & Mason consists of a full shop floor and a separate restaurant, 181, serving lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner on two floors with panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline.
The Four Seasons Astir Palace, located on the Athenian Riviera, is a hotel with a glamorous heritage that has recently undergone a full refurbishment.
Our design for the hotel’s signature F&B spaces, which are spread across two sites, Nafsika and Arion, includes Pelagos, Mercato, and Avra – a sleek waterfront lounge with views over the Saronic Gulf.
The Costes Family and the Beaumarly Group own and operate Les Jardins du Presbourg, a restaurant and bar.
It is located on Avenue de la Grande Armée in Paris’s sixteenth arrondissement and draws inspiration from the tree-lined streets and L’Etoile, the unmistakable memorial built to honour the people of Paris.
Linnaean, named after the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus, the father of modern taxonomy, embodies Linnaeus’ pioneering spirit, bringing new life to the luxury salon and beauty treatment scene. Visitors are encouraged to relax and luxuriate in the comfort of Linnaean by introducing a casual dining concept, extending their stay and reaping the benefits of the relaxing ambience.
Mr. C Coconut Grove is an elegant and glamorous destination evoking Italy’s golden era, capturing the timeless charm of Italy’s iconic coastal style.
The interiors were inspired by the simplicity and materiality of a classic yacht, with high gloss timber panelling adorning the walls of the double-height lobby. Murano glass chandeliers hang above a large-scale terrazzo floor in the reception lobby area, welcoming guests into the cool hotel’s carefully layered mid-century Italian style.
Pink Mamma, with its eye-catching pink tiled façade, offers all-day dining in a relaxed and vibrant setting. Verdant planting on each level draws the eye up to the garden rooftop, which offers views of the city, while a floor-to-ceiling glazed panel creates a peek-hole view of what’s inside.
The restaurant has been designed with the spirit of Miami in mind, exuding an elegant and luxurious aesthetic. The restaurant’s reputation as an iconic members’ club to the prominent and illustrious names of the golden era is revived through the implementation of art deco-inspired chandeliers, an oversized hand-painted mural, and verdant planting native to Miami.
What did you think about this article on Luxury Hospitality From the Incredible Martin Brudnizkis? Stay updated on more hospitality news by subscribing to our newsletter! For more luxury hotels, hospitality design and best hotel projects, don’t forget to visit our Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram!