Posts Tagged ‘cup of tea’

Heqinghao Tea House by Shangyuan Art Design, Shenzhen – China

August 4th, 2017

This space aimed to create a quiet environment for tea lovers and build a high quality slow atmosphere that is comfortable and elegant to make one calms down. The tea house interprets the beauty of elegance through a unique new gesture.

Tartela cake-shop / café by ECM Interiorismo, Barcelona – Spain

June 6th, 2016

I found an antique oven iron door and we clean it and have used as decoration. Also a few old drawers have been used as shelves. The pillar is cover with an amazing wall paper (looks as old ceramic tiles) from Wall&Decó.

Ekk Cup Chai (One Cup Tea) by FRDC, Mumbai – India

March 3rd, 2016

Traditional pattern tiles, wooden rafters, projected platforms, metal stools; framed visuals are the perfect mix of traditional & contemporary materials and these create a space with dialogue.

T2 x PATTERNITY installation at London Design Festival, London – UK

October 9th, 2015



The one-off pop-up installations (at T2 King’s Road and Redchurch Street shops) are looking at the idea of finding beauty in life’s quiet moments, and encouraging the viewer to pause and reflect on their everyday lives — taking a step outside from the fast pace and unpredictability of London.

151E tea shop, Fukuoka – Japan

February 12th, 2014

151E is written in alpha-numeric characters but is pronounced ichi-go ichi-e. It opened shop in Fukuoka 2 months ago and boasts the finest varieties of teas from the Kyushu region. But it wasn’t only tea that Mr. Yamashi has as taste for.

Bolu packaging by Curious Design

March 5th, 2013

Visually the pack looks completely harmonious-due to the integration of flowing, curved lines that echo traditional Indian architecture. However form is nothing without function, so the true genius was ensuring that this unique pack was also cost effective to produce and easy to assemble.

M. Schneider window displays, Offenbach

November 5th, 2011

Cuddle on the sofa with a crackling log fire, plus a nice cup of tea – this is comfort in the fall. And this feeling will the fashion house M. Schneider from Offenbach with its windows “living feelings in November,” convey.