Posts Tagged ‘green tea’

Serail powdered tea packaging by Ivan Venkov

January 4th, 2017

The central waved shaping of the packaging revealing the green tea tubes in the cut-outs is inspired by the shape and form of tea plantation farms. The sculpted part is devised of a combination of polymer and paper pulp material called Durapulp.

Nana’s green tea café Ikspiari by KAMITOPEN, Urayasu – Japan

April 22nd, 2014

The ground floor (the Courtyard Zone) of Ikspiari is set upon a theme a board of trade (hall), where weavers used to trade batiks, is now used as a world market that sells foods and knowledge from all over the world. Therefore, for nana’s green tea Ikspiari branch, I tried to express “color” by using “cloths” and the principles of “subtractive color mixing”.

Nana’s green tea café by KAMITOPEN Hiroshima – Japan

April 17th, 2014

A tea room built inside hakusetsuro has wooden frameworks with a lot of sumigaki (an outline of a picture written in India ink) and it is considered to be an important building in terms of tea room construction of late Edo era.