Calm in chaos

Actor Lawrence Wong prefers a peaceful home where he can compose himself and process the emotions he feels as an actor

Lawrence Wong spends his days on lavish sets and bustling mega productions. Most recently, the actor was seen in The Ferryman: Legends Of Nanyang, a big-budget fantasy series that marks the first South-east Asian original series from iQiYi, the Chinese streaming giant.

His home, however, is worlds away from the artifice and extravagance of a movie set. Wong has turned his 21/2-storey four-bedroom house in north-eastern Singapore into an oasis of serenity awash in shades of cream and white, and accented with the chalky, sandy hues of stone and the warm tones of wood.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 01, 2021, with the headline 'Calm in chaos'. Subscribe