The future of hospitality is multi-sensory: touch, smell, sound and so on. How then are we personifying our clients in the design of their spaces, and how can we pull this off without being gimmicky? A new Hong Kong restaurant and bar by Joyce Wang Design Studio takes a different approach, encapsulating the chef’s character and culinary style in the space itself.
May 29th, 2017
Joyce Wang Design Studio
Courtesy of Joyce Wang Design Studio
Tother Contracting Co
Light & Motion
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Newright – Custom chandeliers and lighting
Fixed & Fitted
Buster & Punch – Bathroom hardware
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