Vicky Wang Appointed As Managing Director Of WATG, Asia Pacific
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Singapore – WATG, a leader in luxury hospitality design, has appointed Ms. Vicky Wang as Managing Director, Asia Pacific, leading the firm’s offices in Singapore and Shanghai.

With over 20 years of experience in the industry and an extensive global portfolio in hospitality, mixed- use, and high-end residential projects, Wang has developed a deep understanding and passion for China and Asia Pacific over her 10-year career at WATG. In 2022, Wang became Managing Director for China, successfully strengthening our presence in the region.

Dave D. Moore, President and CEO commented “Vicky’s unique perspective comes from her education and work experience in both the Western and Eastern hemispheres, which gives her an advantage in leading the firm’s practice in Asia Pacific. I am delighted that we have such an accomplished leader to drive our strategic ambitions in the region.”

Wang is recognised for her holistic design approach that respects both context and culture, attention to detail and collaborative spirit to bring clients’ visions to life. Coupled with her visionary leadership and commitment to innovative design, Wang exceeds client expectations and has delivered award-winning and notable projects, including The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and shopping mall in Xi’an, No. 9 Luxury Residence in Xi’an, Grand Enterprise Chengdu mixed-use, Chime long Qingyuan hotel complex, Hard Rock Hotel in Cabo San Lucas, Disney hotel in Orlando and The Nexus Mixed-use project in Ho Chi Minh City. Wang is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and holder of LEED AP certification.

Regarding her new role, Wang commented: “I intend to leverage the firm’s integrated services in advisory, architecture, interior design, landscape, and planning and provide clients with innovative design and solutions to create more vibrant, high-quality living environments. I am confident about the region’s development prospects and the untapped opportunities that lie ahead.”