Award-winning interior designer Joyce Wang has unveiled the design for the new Entertainment Suite at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. Dedicated to extravagant entertaining, the hotel’s newest and largest suite measures an expansive 2,250 square feet, providing guests with the ultimate retreat for socialising or relaxing. Beyond the foyer entrance, guests enter the main living area featuring an Entertainment Wall that extends the length of the room.
The Entertainment Wall comprises a series of individual cabinets crafted in liquid metal and intricately engraved with tree branch silhouettes. Designed as a ‘Cabinet of Delights’ for guests to explore, each one reveals a thoughtful amenity, an individual surprise or a personalised service. Aside from boutique wines on tap, the “Cabinet of Delights” also includes a mixologist dispensary, a crystal vitrine stocked with delicacies created by the hotel’s Michelin-starred chef, and a movie-style popcorn machine.
The high-tech audiovisual unit is designed for the most dedicated audiophile and film fanatic, and includes a B&O BeoLab sound system as well as a 160-inch TV screen with a laser projector. Encased with metal detailing, the custom-designed coffee table reveals interlocking compartments crafted from gouged timber, where the latest virtual reality headsets and gaming equipment is stored.
Inspiring and luxurious, the colour palette reflects elements of nature to evoke a sense of quiet calm, providing a welcome respite from Hong Kong’s hectic streets. Each room in the Entertainment Suite features bespoke elements and exquisite detailing. Joyce custom designed the furnishings for the Entertainment Suite, from the glass-moulded chandeliers and hand-chiselled cabinet doors adorned with hand-painted art, to the wall finishes in limestone with bronze inlay.
Design: Joyce Wang