Martin Brudnizki Design Studio completes Four Seasons Toronto's Café Boulud

Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) completed the Café Boulud at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. Suspended above street level, the French brasserie has a midcentury-inspired aesthetic that was reinterpreted with contemporary furnishings and a warm color palette.

Interiors have ribbed banquets upholstered in jaguar green and tan leather with tweed detailing, 1950s-inspired chairs in oxblood-ruched leather, blue herringbone wallpaper, walnut elements and lava stone corner tables. There is also a line of 14 bespoke double-pendant lights with brass details at the center of the room.

The restaurant’s highlight is a marble-topped dining counter with wood panels painted in a glossy lacquer and eight oxblood leather bar stools.

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