Homedit.com Interior Designer Profiles – Martin Brudnizki

(Original article by Loredana Sava @ homedit.com)

People realized some time ago that you cannot be brilliant in all fields of activity , but you can be great in only one and average in the others. So it is better to do what you do best and leave the rest for the specialists. So they soon realized that if you wanted to have a beautifully arranged home, you’d better look for an interior designer because they will know exactly what to do to make your dreams come true. Here are ten of the world’s most famous interior designers who are now successful and their most important works:

5. Martin Brudnizki

Belongs to the young generation of interior designers who come from all over the world and are attracted by those two poles of the world of interior design: London and New York.

His trademark philosophy of ‘minimalism deluxe’ relates to a clarity and precision of detail set amongst top quality materials and furnishings.

Brudnizki actually comes from Sweden, but he is now a world famous designer and his works are requested on both continents. His style is described as being “minimalist deluxe” and this certainly says a lot about his vision. SO he likes keeping things simple, but makes them look great.

Las Iguanas restaurant and bar – is only one of the many projects of interior design he acknowledged and brought to an incredible end. The large and high space is filled with warm wooden pieces of furniture and everything is welcoming and nice. This bare wood is the link that connects you with nature and it looks really warm and cool, without any polish or paint.

The round tables and the comfortable chairs, the floor and the panels that separate the different areas in the restaurant are all made of wood and the atmosphere is brought to modernism by the large and colourful pendant lights that are large and round and vividly orange. They look like half oranges hanging from the ceiling, casting a gentle light onto the restaurant and bar.

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