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Martin Brudnizki Makes Glamour a Key Ingredient at Bullion in Dallas

Can there ever be too much gold? Not for Martin Brudnizki, who got his start in London and today creates some of the world’s hottest hospitality venues. The Hartland-Mackie family brought him to Dallas, where Gensler was renovating the Hartland-Mackies’ office tower, 400 Record, to feature an elevated pod to house a restaurant. Named , it would be an haute French experience presided over by Michelin-starred chef in his Dallas reboot. (He had been chef at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek.) ’s pod enclosure gleamed positively golden, thanks to its fish-scale surface. Kismet.

So Brudnizki made glamour a key ingredient in his recipe. Yet the 5,700-square-foot space was still to read casual, à la brasserie. Sound like an oxymoron? Not under his deft hand. “In a brasserie, there are restricted components,” he explains. “One chair, one leather or fabric. Then the details can be fancy, but not too much.” A rose-gold gilded ceiling, for example, extends from the bar-lounge through the dining room. The blue-and-gold palette is a favorite of royalty, naturally. But what about that splash of scarlet? It’s a mural by Matthew Chambers, who makes representational paintings, cuts them up, and uses the resulting ribbons of canvas to create abstract works.

Bullion restaurant hovers above the 24-foot-high lobby of 400 Record. Photography by Dror Baldinger/Gensler. 
Commissioned from Matthew Chambers, a mural of painted canvas strips, covered with felt dust, dominates a seating niche that also features custom chairs from Martin Brudnizki Design Studio’s product arm, And Objects. Photography by Emily Andrews.
Custom stools with brass plates and oak legs pull up to the bar’s hammered brass front. Photography by Emily Andrews.
Jean-Michel Othoniel’s Necklace of Dreams in mirrored glass and stainless steel embellishes the entry stair. Photography by Emily Andrews.
Matthew Chamber’s untitled work on canvas hangs against paneling of afromosia hardwood. Photography by Emily Andrews.

Product Resources: : Custom Banquettes, Custom Stools. : Custom Tables, Custom Host Stand. : Leather Upholstery. : Custom Ceiling Gilding. : Flooring. : Woodwork. : Metalwork.

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