Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) was founded by interior architect Martin Brudnizki in 2000. Established in London, MBDS set-up a New York design practise in 2012 managed by Martin’s US business partner Craig Harvey and currently employs over 70 staff between its two locations. Known for bringing a lived-in-luxurious feel to high-glamour projects, MBDS is responsible for designing some of the world’s most celebrated interiors, including The Ivy, Soho Beach House Miami, Scott’s and Cecconi’s West Hollywood and has received notable recognition, including accolades from Wallpaper*, Tatler, Harper’s Bazaar and the European Hotel Design Awards. 

The Studio’s success rests in its considered approach to every project, taking the utmost respect for a client’s brief and the unique character of the area or street in which a project is located, to ensure the finished product not only sits well within its environment, but also meets the needs and expectations of the client. This is a winning combination which has translated perfectly to projects ranging from restaurants, hotels and private clubs to large scale residential developments and helping a select number of people create their dream homes. MBDS provides a variety of services including interior architecture, interior design and furniture and lighting design.


Born in Stockholm, Martin Brudnizki moved to London in 1990 to study Interior Architecture and Design at The American University. After working for a number of renowned architects and designers, Martin established Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) in London in the year 2000 before opening a New York Studio in 2012. Martin has been described as ‘one of the best restaurant and hotel 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 bespoke product collections, with recent collaborations including work with The Urban Electric Company and The Lacquer Company.