From luxury hotels to modern restaurants, Joyce Wang creates breathtaking and wonderful spaces that teleport all the design-lovers to a different time period, or to a peaceful oasis. Recognized as one of the best interior designers in the world, Joyce Wang founded in 2011 and concentrating on luxury hospitality and residential contemporary interiors design as well as bespoke furniture with a unique design: the Joyce Wang Studio.
One Hundred Edition presents to you some of the most remarkable interior design projects by Joyce Wang. Take a look and get amazed!
This top interior designer has a global portfolio and an international presence within the industry. Based in London and Hong Kong, Wang, and her team have the mission to carry joy to the spaces and to become a design inspiration.
Joyce Wang‘s architectural approach, cinematic references, and diverse inspirations give her award-winning design projects a sense of drama and narrative that captivate audiences. One great example is FLINT, a limited-edition collection of modern furniture.
Wang became interested in design from an early age. She studied Architecture and Materials Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston before enrolling at the Royal College of Art in London, followed by a year at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
About her inspiration: Carlo Scarpa, Frank Lloyd Wright, Adolf Loos, Victor Horta – all of them are architects who did not care for defining where architecture ended and interiors began. This unwavering and seamless approach captivates her.
And about her design approach and philosophy: She believes that the modern interior design should be a process that brings happiness to everyone. Her work is highly-custom in thought and in execution. And her interior design projects share in her rigor to challenge the norm and to deliver something truly visionary. Her studio is a place that nurtures confidence as much as it generates exciting ideas. Inside her office, ideas come from everywhere and they are best when they result from exchange and dialogue and especially when they come from people of different cultures and backgrounds.