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100 Top Interior Designer: Martin Brudnizki

Born in Stockholm and based in London and New York, Martin Brudnizki is recognized as one of the best interior designers of nowadays. Martin studied Interior Architecture and Design at The American University and after working for a number of renowned architects and designers, this top interior designer established Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) in London in the year 2000 before opening a New York Studio in 2012.

 

 

With his unique designs showcased throughout the world, Martin Brudnizki has become one of the industry’s top interior designers. Specializing in restaurants, bars, hotels, and private clubs, he has created many well-known and luxury interior designs around the world. Today, One Hundred Edition presents you some of his interior design projects to get you impressed!

 

 

 

The majority of his interior design projects includes luxury hotels and modern restaurants, as Soho Beach House Miami, Matsuhisa at Badrutt’s Palace in St Moritz and in London: Scott’s, The Club at The Ivy, and the Ivy Chelsea Garden.

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: Miles Redd

 

 

Besides his work as a professional and recognized interior designer, Martin Brudnizki has also recently launched a lighting collection with American-lantern design specialists, The Urban Electric Company.

 

 

 

Martin has been described as “one of the best interior designers of his generation” by Wallpaper and is regularly listed within both the London Evening Standard’s 1000 Most Influential People in the UK and House and Garden’s Top 100 Leading Interior Designers. Alongside interiors, Martin has designed modern furniture pieces with a contemporary design and bespoke product collections, with recent collaborations including work with The Urban Electric Company and The Lacquer Company.

 

 

Martins Brudnizki Design Studio’s 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: the location, the history, and the social impact. This winning combination has been the recipe for the practice’s success in major international interior design projects of all varieties.

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: Miles Redd

 

 

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