Mott 32 restaurant, a Hong Kong underground restaurant was officially named the best interior space of 2014, at the Inside World Festival of Interiors. Named after 32 Mott Street in New York, the 7,500 square foot (697 sq.m.) restaurant is located in a basement that once served as a storage facility and was designed by Hong Kong architect Joyce Wang.
“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,” explained Joyce Wang.
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