Moore Chen Design is a leading Hong Kong interior design, architecture, interior design and project management for commercial, office, and residential territories focused on creating better design at every scale – not just for our environment, but for people.


We believe that architecture and interior design actively shape the world where we live.

Therefore, we enable our client’s visions through customized designs that exceed their goals and inspire the people that live, work, play, heal, learn and come together as communities by healthy, sustainable and meaningful places. Because we believe that design has the power to transform spaces, communities, and economies.

Moore Chen Design owns extensive experiences in serving both private and public sectors including the new Media Center for TKWW Media Group, APT Satellite Phase 3 renovation, L’Oreal Academy (Leighton Centre), Ngong Ping 360 (tourist retails renovation), the Hong Kong High Court exterior renovation and the renovation of the historic building for the Head Quarter of FE&H Dept., to name a few.


Moore Chen

Founder and Design Director

Award winning creative, Moore comes with his MSc from the UT, Sydney and over 20 years of international Interior Design experience working in commercial interiors, luxury residential, retail, engineering design and project management. He started Moore Chen Interior as an outlet to fulfil his passion for health and wellness and to become a major contributor in the green interior design revolution.

Four Questions about Moore:

1.Where do you call home today?

Well.. Home is a meaning of wherever my wife and my sons be with me! A home is not only a place, it's a space that let you feel warm, relax and comfort with someone who you love and care about! That is my home. 

2. Where did you learn about design?

It's about the observation about the things around you, how you see and feel, and how you use as the design inspiration. I won't say I learn design from somewhere, rather, I get inspired and learnt from everything around me.

3.  How do you describe what you do to people outside the industry?

We are changing the city! As there are too much stress and pressure in the city, people don't feel joy and can't relax anymore, we are trying to change the use of space, we want to create a space with a magical power, we want to create a Utopia out of the stressful city.


4. I will die happy if i…………

I know people's life get better from our design! 

Lilian Wong

Interior Designer

Lilian is a local interior design graduate from Hong Kong Design Institute. She has over 5 years experience in interior design and she main focus on residential projects in Asia.

She believes quality environment offers an experience for relaxing from struggle life here. And hopes to use her time at Moore Chen Interior to fulfils her passion of creating more quality spaces for people.

Four Questions about Lilian:

1.What are your passions?

My interest has grown through watching programs that related to home decorating. And travelling inspiriting me a lot of the design ideas as it enlarge my views to the world. I enjoy being surrounded by beautiful things every day, and I love the relationships I develop with my clients and my vendors. I always attracted by some unique space, light, texture and color which can inspired me.

2.What motivates you?

After entered the career field, I like the “Before” and “After” transformation process. Each project I enjoy to spend time to fantasizing about room arrangements and new décor solutions. They are all unique and fit for purpose, whether it’s a home, school, office or any other building. 


3.What values do you promote in your design philosophy?

Teamwork is everything. We intend to help people with my creative ideas in decorating and designing to make our client’s homes look more attractive and fulfil what they were looking for. We will use our professional sense to do the mix and match of materials to make a cozy lovely space for all of our clients. 

4. What do you think about home?

A home should be designed for one’s self, and reflect the personality of its occupants in a unified and well-tailored design. Our home should rise up to greet you. After an all-day work, it should ground you in a sense of peace. It is a furnished space that plays an important role in our lives.

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Florence Li

Senior Interior Designer

Florence Li is an art lover first and attempts to be a designer, aims to articulate her imaginations into reality. She has participated in design and renovation project since 2008, focusing on the private residence and corporate office, L’Oreal HK Limited is one of them. She took her Master in Fine Art in Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University.

Four Questions about Florence:

1. Where do you call home today?

The meaning of home is not limited to have physical possession but it could be explained by a state of mind, a place where I feel warm, comfortable and safe. The essential aspect of home dominates by the mental status rather than it’ just a place of residence.


2. What values do you promote in your design Philosophy? 

A good design generates the experience of having a better life. Every project is a platform for me to achieve this ultimate goal. I believe the aim correlates with the aesthetic approaches that they interact with each other.

3. What are your passion?


I have a passion to integrate art concept into design idea in which the intention of design is to fulfil a certain kind of practical purpose, but on the other hand art motivates inner feelings. I would love to see how art enriches the interior design.



4. I will die happy if I…..


Haha. Since there are so many things that I want to achieve in my entire life, I will die happy if I know I will have a second life.

Kammy So

Assistant Interior Designer

Kammy has a passion for storytelling and is interested in exploring how spaces communicate identities and ideas. She believes sustainability is a key component in successful design and hopes to use her time at Moore Chen Interior to gain more experience in creating richer and healthier environments for people. She holds a degree in Interior Architecture at the University of Canberra, Australia.

Four Questions about Kammy:

1.Where have you lived in the past?

I was born in Hong Kong and lived there until high-school then moved to Australia (Canberra) and lived there until I graduated University and stayed for couple more years. Canberra is a purpose-built city, known for its abundance of nature reserves, and wide boulevards lined with large buildings and formal parks. At the past few years, the city develops rapidly, if you look deeply, you will be surprised there are lots of amazing architecture around. That inspires me not only just the interior, as well as the building structure. 

2.What are your passions?

I have always enjoyed and appreciated all things creative and have truly found a passion for design. Design is all around us and influences the way we live our everyday lives. I am motivated to create a space that is empathetic to the user, whilst incorporating a sense of individuality within it.

3.What are your strengths?

One of my strengths is Ideation. Often times I get super excited about a new concept. I observe, analyze, break pieces apart and put them back together, and once it all comes full circle and I can visualize the potential, it is like a breath of fresh air. I get energized and feel like things are clicking again. But Ideation, as cool as it sounds, only if supported by action and execution. Knowing that I make an effort to act on my ideas; giving them a chance to sprout something real.

4. How do you describe what you do to people outside the industry?

As an interior designer creates indoor spaces that satisfy the client's needs for aesthetics, safety, and function. Through the use of furniture placement, color palettes, decorations and functional decor, create kitchens that are beautiful yet functional and theatre entrances that convey the excitement of a blockbuster film while ensuring crowd safety. Elements such as artwork, lighting, window treatments and flooring must work together to contribute to an overall look that will satisfy the client's needs.

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