Martin Brudnizki is the owner and creator of Martin Brudnizki Design Studio in New York City (MBDS). Martin, who was born in Stockholm, has always had a passion for design. His mother was a stylist, and his father was a structural engineer; the combination of these components instilled in him a strong sense of aesthetics as well as a solid grasp of function.
Martin studied Interior Architecture at The American University in London after graduating from the University of Stockholm with a degree in Economics.
Architects and designers Carlo Scarpa, Paul Dupree-Lafon, and Dorothy Draper influenced Martin greatly. Martin launched his namesake Studio in London in 2000 and a New York Studio in 2012, following a series of successful roles at prominent interior design businesses.
MBDS is now an internationally renowned interior architecture and design firm with a team of over 70 interior designers, architects, lighting designers, and product designers, as well as experience designing hotels, restaurants, bars, and private members’ clubs, as well as residential developments and assisting a select group of people in designing their dream homes.
Four Seasons, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Soho House Group, Caprice Holdings, The Royal Academy of Arts, Nobu Matsuhisa, and Daniel Boulud are among the Studio’s noteworthy clientele.
Martin founded And Objects in 2015, a distinct product design business based on his interior design skills. George Smith, Porta Romana, Christopher Farr Cloth, and The Urban Electric Co. have all collaborated on recent collections.
Martin is included in the Elle Decor A List, Architectural Digest France AD 100, Who’s Who, House and Garden’s Top 100 Leading Interior Designers, London Evening Standard’s Progress 1000, Debrett’s 500 Most Influential People in the UK, and Wallpaper* Magazine’s Power 200, the latter describing him as “one of the best restaurant and hotel designers of his generation.”
The founder of MBDS has created many well-known interiors around the world.