Redesigns by Martin Brudnizki
Martin Brudnizki has designed numerous restaurant and hotel interiors, including the Beekman in New York and Caring’s the Ivy and Sexy Fish in London. “You can wear all your jewelry, your evening bag, your full stole… It’s party time when you walk in.” The decadent redesign of members’ club Annabel’s is something you can not pass by. Eccentricity – is all about Brudnizki’s style.
It is all about pink. Unicorn sculpture in pink unforgettable bathroom covered in silk flowers – what a talent! Annabel’s is located on Mayfair’s Berkeley Square. Brudnizki always creates unique experiences and one of them is redesigning Annabel’s.
Annabel’s has earned a global reputation founded on superb service, highest class cuisine, exclusive ambiance, exceptional entertainment. This year Annabel’s has opened its doors to the new home. For the first time, Annabel’s offers a 24-hour experience, set across 26,000 square feet, for members to work, dine and party.
The Garden Room which is located on the ground floor is an ultimate space where you can drink and dine and it is surrounded by bespoke tulip and iris chandeliers and a magnificent pink onyx, black-lit bar. Hand-painted gold and silver leaf trompe l’oeil makes The Garden Room more special.
An excellent craftsmanship and color richness – that is what inspired an interior designer Martin Brudnizki, while creating this breathtaking place. Rose-colored everything, that’s how it looks like. The Garden Room with murals by Gary Myatt and tulip chandeliers and iris wall sconces made by Sogni di Cristallo in Murano, Venice.
London’s Legendary Nightclub – host to Princess Diana, The Rolling Stones, and everyone who was anyone – comes roaring back in an extravagant new space. – Plum Sykes
Martin Brudnizki: ”I wanted to create the idea of a home within a town house that was fresh for the greatest party of the season.” From DelightFULL team with love.
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