3 Hotel Interiors Designed by Martin Brudnizki – Known for bringing a lived-in-luxurious feel to high-glamour projects, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio is responsible for designing some of the world’s most celebrated interiors, including Soho Beach House Miami, The confidante Miami and The Villa Kennedy Frankfurt and has received notable recognition, including the European Hotel Design Awards.
The Confidante Miami
Formerly known as the Thompson Miami Beach, The Confidante is a 380-room oceanfront hotel that re-establishes the ideals of 1950s glamour. Located in a building that is one part Art Deco, one part Miami Modernism, one part 21st Century design and with a touch of Spanish revival, the interior is truly postmodern and reflects the rich architectural history of the building. The design takes influences from the mid-century resort style of the city’s heyday and fuses it with the glamour, texture, colour and comfort of the tropics to create a stylish and eclectic Miami Beach look. Martin Brudnizki Design Studio was responsible for designing the entire hotel, including; communal areas, pool and beach area, spa, Seagrape restaurant, meeting rooms and all bedrooms and suites. Photography by James McDonald
Soho Beach House Miami
Described as the place where ‘grit meets glamour, hotel meets private club’ Soho Beach House is located on Collins Avenue in South Beach, Miami. Nick Jones requested Martin Brudnizki to work with him on this 80,000 square foot hotel and private member’s club with over 40 bedrooms, three rooftop suites, two large pools, beach cabanas, screening room, Cecconi’s restaurant, and an expansive Cowshed Spa. Drawing inspiration from Cuba and Latin America for the palette of weathered bright colours and patterns, materials used in the project include salvaged timber from Wyoming, encaustic floor tiles from a church in Spain, vintage barber chairs from upstate New York and many reclaimed fixtures throughout the space. Within the hotel suites, one-off vintage pieces were sourced from antique dealers on the West Coast of America, while the bathrooms were designed in a classic British style. The bars and restaurants were created to exude a rustic Latin charm through the use of aged, ‘roughed-up’ materials, dark timber elements and warm, passionate colours. Photography by James McDonald
The Villa Kennedy Frankfurt
Sir Rocco Forte appointed Martin Brudnizki Design Studio to design this hotel in Frankfurt, Germany. The 163 bedroom hotel features a bar and restaurant, conference facilities as well as a pool and a spa. Working closely with Mrs Olga Polizzi, Martin Brudnizki took the Forte design concept and created a comfortable, warm and light environment enjoyed by business and leisure guests alike.
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