The MOTT32 bar and restaurant in Hong Kong, a place that combines colonial-style furnishings with an industrial warehouse aesthetic has been named World Interior of the Year 2014 at the Inside Festival in Singapore. Today, Interior Design Magazines is goinf+g to show you everything about this restaurant named best interior of the year. Take a look!
Joyce Wang is the architect responsible for this magnificent design, located in a former storage facility which once housed expensive family treasures for wealthy Chinese immigrants. The restaurant and bar have been defined as an atmospheric underworld dining experience.
Situated underground with no natural light, the concept of this space is a combination connecting traditional Chinese décor with industrial design elements. Joyce Wang had the originality to be inspired by the limitations of this venue and create a theatrical and unique experience for all guests.
To bring more natural light the architect added a series of skylights, and her inspiration was the wind that´s is possible to see in the different shapes that the restaurant and bar has. The mixtures between metal and delicate pieces are symbolism of Eastern and Western influences.
Joyce Wang was really excited about the award because of the dedication and effort given to every detail while receiving the awards she explained “Winning the World Interior of the Year will mean so much to the team. We are a practice of ten people and the project was very personal to the entire team. It was a Hong Kong project, it explored Hong Kong culture both past and present, which makes the project such a special one and winning this award even better.”
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