Atelierd&l craft spaces of delicate singularity.


Connecting people with their interior environment to create unique sensory experiences is our philosophy.

By focusing on the individual needs, priorities, and dreams of the client, Atelierd&l are able to distil the essence of the project and create a storyline that determines the foundation of the design.

Atelierd&l have long established relationships with local artisans and contractors, artists and craftspeople. Atelierd&l work closely with their team to offer clients bespoke furniture, custom finishes, hand crafted textiles, and unique artworks.

Some spaces may only need a few touches, others need to be entirely reinvented. Whether small or big, Atelierd&l manage projects from concept design to work supervision, being closely involved in every step until completion.

“d” & ”l” stand for Damienne Joly and Laurence Beysecker, two enthusiastic interior designers with a French flair and a passionate creative drive.

They met by serendipity at DeeM, where they worked together on several projects. Their complementary skills and savoir-faire turned out to be the perfect match and inspired them to found Atelierd&l.


“d“ for Damienne Joly.

A keen observer and versatile Architect, “d” has worked in New York, Paris and Hong Kong on a diverse range of projects, from concept design through construction.

Driven by a strong connection to nature, “d” then studied Landscape Architecture and Historical Gardens and experienced the art of gardening in the King’s Garden at the Palace of Versailles.

After moving to Hong Kong, “d” spearheaded major design and build submissions for landmark competitions for a renowned international construction company.

Combining her creative and managerial skills with her acute sense of detail, “d” now focuses on interior design projects.

“l “ for Laurence Beysecker.

After studying management in Paris, animated by a strong entrepreneurial drive, “l” set up a design furniture company using traditional craft skills and natural materials sourced throughout Asia.

“l” exhibited her collections at the Maison&Objet Paris show for over 10 years.

After this creative journey, “l” decided to devote herself to interior architecture and went back to school at « l’École des Arts Décoratifs de Paris » to hone her skills.

“l” has subsequently overseen numerous residential and commercial design projects in Paris, Stockholm and Hong Kong, constantly enriching her style.


Winter cold - Apartment, Stockholm

Industrial chic - Loft, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Refined interior - Apartment, London

Elegant  framing - Private showroom, The Peak, Hong Kong

Inspiring education - Hong Kong Academy, International School

Into the wild - Cabin Mullumbimby, Australia


We invite you to contact us

Damienne Joly

t: (852) 92 60 17 41


Laurence Beysecker

t: (852) 59 78 99 22


Winter cold Stockholm images: Ingalill Snitt / Into the wild images: Jared Fowler / Some of the projects below have been designed when working at DeeM with Debra Little.