Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Debuts Entertainment Suite

Will Speros • August 23, 2017

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has introduced its newly outfitted Entertainment suite. The Joyce Wang-designed space spans 2,250 square feet with each room boasting bespoke elements designed by Wang, from hand-chiselled cabinet doors to walls finished in limestone with bronze inlay.

The color palette draws influence from nature to instill a sense of calm across the space. A foyer welcomes guests, leading to a main living area anchored by a striking chandelier that comprises individual glass-molded squares. Spread across the length of the room, an entertainment wall features cabinets crafted in liquid metal and engraved with the silhouettes of tree branches. Encased with metal detailing, the custom-designed coffee table reveals interlocking compartments crafted from gouged timber.

The ensuite kitchen is equipped with a Cipollino Verde marble pantry, a handpoured liquid metal wall, and a custom dining table. The master bedroom includes its own sitting area as well as walk-in closets, suede leather padding, and handtufted silk rugs. A backdrop of aged fluted bronze, a cocoon-like headboard, and bed-end bench are also featured. The freestanding marble bathtub in the bathroom complements terrazzo walls finished with brass trim and an ambient wall sconce.