RICKY WONG: BEST INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS
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Ricky Wong was born in a well-known furniture business family in Hong Kong. Deeply affected by his familial business, he was familiar with furniture art and interior decoration in his childhood. At that time, he has already decided to dedicate himself to be an excellent designer.
After graduating from Hong Kong Polytechnic University majoring in interior design, he chose to pursue further education in the Department of Architecture of the Wisconsin International University (USA). In 1996, Ricky Wong set up his own company in Hong Kong to offer professional design services for various high-end clients.
THE NOBLE MANSION – HAN RESIDENCE
“Light luxury theme combined with Chinese elements. the living room is on the biggest side. The simple and modern ceiling converts broken beams from the original building structure into a design model. A large face of natural marble paves the ground witch is together with a whole column. The soft outfit is decorated with contemporary furniture and jewelry. From the details, show the high-quality needs of the resident.”
THE BAY NO.8
Inspired by the concept of an art library, RWD makes full use of the Dian Lake sceneries, the light, and shadow. The building, which not only serves as a light source of the building but also demonstrates the rhythm and flow of light and shadow, reflects the sparkling water of the Dian Lake
HANKOW AVENUE SALES CENTER
Avenue Sales Center boasts the picturesque scenery of the Lake. The sales center serves as a showroom for marketing and will become a business center. The core of the design is to serve the people, thus RWD’s design takes into consideration the cost of renovation and operation, and integrates sustainable development concepts in its business design. The design is delicate, allowing the sales center to be a quality business space that is a comfort to the soul and joy to the eye.
YMCI Sales Center
The Sales Center provides information and access to the 88 contemporary villas on sale nearby. To take advantage of the spectacular site, the building is composed of a series of six interlocking arms that cantilever out to frame views in each direction. The interior is organized around a central daylit courtyard that brings nature and sunlight into the building. The Sales Center will eventually become a contemporary art museum, thus magnifying the necessity to create a building of architectural significance.
Nord Villa Sales Center
Nord Villa is a cultural landmark in Beijing. RWD follows the historical traces of this ancient city, combines contemporary aesthetics, and blends the in-depth life needs. Through the cultural lens, RWD brings modern art and nature together, building a secluded wonderland with the companion of books and comfort.
Inspired By The Look: PERRY CHAIR
CENTRAL PARK SALES CENTER
The project is located in the center of the Chengnan New District in Yancheng City, Jiangsu Province. Rather than follow the general trend, RWD designers insisted on a minimalist concept. With simple spatial structures and the use of high-quality materials such as wood, steel, and glass, the designers successfully integrated a classical spirit with a modern lifestyle feel while creating a warm and livable space that provides the perfect lifestyle.
LuNeng Mansion Club House
One of China’s largest property developers is now carrying a new brand. The new branding will be applied to all of the company’s projects, with COFCO’s portfolio of Joy City malls now to be renamed Grand City, and the group’s office, hotel, and residential projects also to adopt the new name.
RWD HONGKONG OFFICE
RWD is a world-renowned interior design practice with approximately 200 design professionals and an extensive network of offices covering Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, dedicated to providing quality design services for high-end clients worldwide.
Inspired By The Look: SIMONE SUSPENSION
CATHAY COURTYARD VILLA
Cathay View covers an area of 75,000sqm with a 13,000sqm lake. The villas are modern, bright, and spacious with open kitchens. These spaces are ideal for families who are looking for a traditional style Chinese environment with a modern western-style house.
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