Joyce Wang

Founder and principal, Joyce Wang Studio


Joyce Wang is behind some of the world's most recognisable interior design projects


Joyce Wang’s name is nearly as recognisable as her ventures. The interior designer’s footprints are seen across Hong Kong and London—her eponymous studio is based out of both cities. Projects include Chinese fine-dining restaurant Mott 32 in Central—her “proudest project” to date—and the penthouse suite at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park.

One of the biggest projects Wang and her team have been working on includes the Rosewood San Francisco, with an opening date set for 2026. Closer to home, Wang created a pavilion, dubbed the Dockside Dairy, at Victoria Dockside on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront and most recently collaborated on the restored Central Magistracy in Tai Kwun, one of Hong Kong’s oldest surviving law court buildings, to create a multi-storey venue with restaurants and bars inside. The studio has also launched Flint, a collection of terrazzo accessories, lighting and furniture that is made in Italy.

Expanding overseas, Wang is also partnering with Tao Group Hospitality to launch a new members club in Chicago. Other international projects include the Magarigawa Club, a new luxury driving club for car enthusiasts in Japan; a townhouse at the Berkeley Hotel in London; and Mott 32 outposts in Cebu, Sydney and Dubai.


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Did You Know?

In 2019, Joyce Wang designed the scenography for Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades collection inside the Central Magistracy building at Tai Kwun.

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