Joyce Wang split her life between London and Hong Kong even though she is originally from Hawai. She is well known for her uniqueness and creativity, her passion for material and hand work have always been very explicit on her projects. Modern Dining Tables finds her designs profoundly incredible, specially her dining area designs and pays today a tribute to this exclusive designer.
A vibrant bar and Mediterranean restaurant in the Asia Society headquarters, Ammo is housed on the site of the former ammunitions storage site for the British, hence the name. Wit this background story, Wang opted for a strong design, with a masculine look using leather benches and dark wooden round dining tables.
“My interiors are about impact. I want people to put down their phones and be moved by the environment they are in.” said Joyce Wang about this incredible dining design of Isono Eatery & Bar in Hong Kong. Industrial lighting fixtures bring a bold touch to a rather elegant dining area design.
A buffet restaurant dining and gaming hall for members at one of Hong Kong’s prestigious Jockey Clubs features a sophisticated interior design by Wang. The challenge was to allow for diners to be sociable yet private and to easily access the food offering at all times.
Joyce Wang Studio brings the award-winning Mott 32 design concept from Hong Kong to Vancouver. In Vancouver, she tried to combine what she has done in Honk Kong with the local influences in the division of the spaces, use of materials and design references, creating a more industrial space.
This dining room of this apartment in Hong Kong has a moving story behind portrayed on this design. It was meant for a global traveler, a nomad, and for that reason, Wang tried her best to create a place where that traveler would truly feel like home and safe.
Michelin-starred chef Enrico Bartolini’s opened Spiga in Hong Kong aiming to create a cinematic vibe of the 1950’s Italy with a retro look. Wang took on the project and created a vibrant space with a vintage charming, that takes everyone back in time to a glamorous and bohemian lifestyle.
Wang tried to incorporate her client’s “love for metals” into the interior of a luxury Shanghai penthouse and achieved her goal creating a metallic and vibrant space full of glamour end elegance. Industrial furniture and lighting fixtures make a deep contrast with the mint coloured tiles of the open space kitchen bringing a fresh look.