Japanese Chef, Matsuhisa Nobu, decided to turn the 108 cover Nobu restaurant and bar into the more exclusive Matsuhisa brand, enlisting Martin Brudnizki Design Studio to create the interior. 

Located in the legendary Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in the Swiss ski resort of St. Moritz, focal points of the design include the skylight with views of the iconic hotel tower, a temperature controlled sushi and saki counter, and a curated display of objects from the hotel’s history.

Photography by James McDonald 

Much of the concept was inspired by regional materials, with dark stained timber parquet flooring throughout, bordered by a locally sourced black marble, and panelled walls made from blackened pine which feature a traditional Sgraffito frieze often seen on the exterior of traditional Swiss chalets. 

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