Located in the eastern wing of the Royal Academy of Arts’ historic Burlington House building, The Academicians’ Room is a private members’ club for Royal Academicians’ and members of the artistic community and is full of vintage floor lamps.
This stunning space has a sociable yet serene environment as eclectic and varied as the characters who inhabit it. Art is an essential part of the design of the room and includes pieces by Zaha Hadid, Tony Bevan, and John Wragg.
The design of the room works in perfect harmony with the grandiose architectural detailing created by Norman Shaw RA in 1883. The two-tiered chandeliers provide a sophisticated glow such like the detailing in the walls.
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Botti embodies all the details of wind instruments, transporting us to a real music concert. Its structure is handmade in brass and gently covered by a golden mantle. This outstanding piece has eight spotlights which offer a soft lighting, attributing simultaneously a cozy and sophisticated ambiance to any setting.
The selection of vintage and bespoke furnishings creates a haute-bohemian ambiance. The mid-century and vintage floor lamps provide a further addition to the interior as well as the bar.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio was the interior architecture and design studio behind this amazing interior design project. Founded by Martin Brudnizki in 2000, the team is composed of over 70 interior designers, architects, lighting designers and product designers and has experience creating hotels, restaurants, bars, private members’ clubs; alongside residential developments and helping a select number of people design their dream homes.
Photo ©: MBDS
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