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Rhoda Hong Kong

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.

BY Indesignlive

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

Kvadrat – Worn fabric
Nuno Japan – Barber room cushions
Fungus Studio HKG – Custom cushion belts

Fixed & Fitted
Buster & Punch – Bathroom hardware

Read the full story in Indesign Magazine Issue #68.

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