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Joyce Wang’s eponymous studio has earned international acclaim and an impressive global portfolio in just a few short years, with offices in Hong Kong and London.
Wang’s architectural approach, interdisciplinary academic pedigree, and cinematic inspirations give her award-winning projects a sense of drama that captivates and engages audiences. She specializes in luxury hospitality and residential design. MOTT32 in Vancouver and Las Vegas, the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, The Equinox Health Club in Mayfair, and ongoing projects in New York and Melbourne are among her recent notable commissions.
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In addition, the studio has launched its Made-in-Italy terrazzo collection, which includes accessories, lighting, and furniture. They believe that interior design has the power to evoke vivid memories, change behaviour in the present, and inspire in the future.
A buffet restaurant with dining and gaming facilities for members of one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious Jockey Clubs. The challenge was to allow diners to be sociable while remaining private, as well as to have easy access to the food offering at all times. A grand staircase serves as a striking entrance to a cinematic scene that feels robust and special – a place for celebration.
The restaurant’s name is derived from a plant found in the Peruvian Andes that grows only in harsh conditions. Martinez’s extensive knowledge of indigenous ingredients, as well as his enthusiasm for new culinary challenges, are reflected in the name. The Studio was inspired by Peruvian landscapes and Martinez’s culinary style. The vibrant colours and inventive flourishes capture Martinez’s progressive culinary style, which features richly textured materials and raw finishes to evoke Peru’s changing topography and dynamic ecosystem.
Two Spanish restaurants on two floors of the former Police Married Quarters in the Arts Quarter. The building’s industrial feel serves as a backdrop for the two distinct dining experiences. The drawing-room upstairs is a more sophisticated restaurant with upholstered booths and a circular private dining room. Isono has a more casual, bustling street feel downstairs, with a lively central circular bar and film screenings on the wall at the far end.
Jin Gui is located in the basement of Hamburg’s Tortue Hotel. The location invites guests on a journey as they descend into this secluded Pan-Asian restaurant and discover its openness to a historic courtyard. Jin Gui, which translates to “golden tortoise” in Chinese, alludes to the unique story of a Frenchwoman parading down this courtyard with her rare tortoise on a leash during the heyday of Stadthofe. The interiors were approached by our Studio by personifying the qualities of this woman, our muse. Her flair, eye for the avant-garde, and penchant for showmanship captivate us.
The interiors are done in a Kintsugi palette of yellow, gold, ombre indigo, and currant, which can be found in historical Japanese woodblock and screen prints. The profile of table bases is inspired by the geometry of slender Meiji-period vases, while Arita porcelain is inspired by hand-painted Japanese floral motifs on the undersides of decorative pendants and sake taps.
In the basement of the Standard Chartered Bank building in Central, there is a modern Cantonese restaurant. The site’s original structure lent itself to a layout that consists of various dining experiences with varying character and intimacy. The restaurant tells the story of Hong Kong’s past through hints and clues about the lives of the building’s fictitious former occupants.
Joyce Wang Studio unveils the opulent, East-meets-West design of Mott32 Vegas, located in the heart of the Venetian Resort on the Las Vegas Strip. Our Studio’s vision was to celebrate the hedonism of the Vegas location while paying homage to the Chinese imperialism meets New York Industrialism aesthetic of the original Mott 32 in Hong Kong, seamlessly fusing the two cultures.
Joyce Wang Studio brings the award-winning Mott 32 design concept to Vancouver from Hong Kong. The approach in Vancouver has been to combine the feel of Mott 32 in Hong Kong with local influences in the division of the spaces, use of materials, and design references. The studio drew materials, textures, and colours from the local natural landscape and industrial heritage for this project.
A neighbourhood restaurant that captures chef Nathan Green’s personality and food culture. It has a laid-back industrial vibe that buzzes during the day and becomes more hallowed at night. Nathan’s love of hot rods and vintage car restoration is reflected in the charred cedar cladding, which alludes to the grill he cooks on.
The Octagon Bar and Lounge is themed after the 1950s Italian circus, with silk wallpaper hung from a central panel to resemble tent fabric. To liven up the walls and complete the spectacle, the studio sourced a variety of original circus apparatus such as juggling pins and flame throwers.
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