Mesón 01 by Hi Estudio

February 5th, 2018 by retail design blog

The objective of this project was the design and realization of a product, which the mixture of cultures, traditions and rituals is promoted through a series of utilitarian objects. In this series of design products we made an approach to the tea ceremony drawn from Japanese culture. (It is a form / ritual to prepare your tea or matcha influenced by Zen Buddhism, using a small group of guests in a quiet environment).

We made a mixture extracting some elements of Japanese culture to conjugate with a Mexican pre-Hispanic tradition that has marked the gastronomic culture in our country with a drink made from cocoa, chocolate. The project aims to be a pedagogical entity for the knowledge of other cultures through basic objects with local Mesón 01 Neorituals. Not everyday objects, for a future that has already happened.

Design: Hi Estudio

http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2018/02/meson-01.html

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