Posts Tagged ‘tea house’

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.

Razorfish office by Bruzkus Batek, Berlin – Germany

January 29th, 2017

The minimalist concept by Bruzkus Batek results in an greatly effective design, with sensibly chosen materials and surface treatments, thanks to the use of oriented strand board (OSB) which provides a cheerful and exciting new space.

HI-POP Tea Concept Store by CONSTRUCTION UNION, Foshan – China

November 24th, 2016

T’s teabar by De Horeca Fabriek, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 9th, 2016

The many windows, striking copper tea wall and with 100 kinds of different teas directly grab your attention when you enter the unique teabar T’s in Amsterdam. The bar in the centre of the case is a real eye-catcher due to the combination of red tiles and steel.

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.

Zuo Dun Dao tea restaurant by C/AA, Yunnan – China

September 29th, 2015

Zuo Dun Dao tea restaurant by C/AA, Yunnan – China

Tea House by Arch Studio, Beijing – China

September 4th, 2015



Located in Beijing traditional Hutong district, the project’s structure space is an “L” shaped neighbourhood, 450 square metres large.

ONE2 tea house branding & packaging by Sump Design

August 13th, 2015

Shape the overall image of elegance and modern sense of the young, and take old house unique tiles taste as a graphic identification. Use green for organic with warm gray line to show modern minimalist atmosphere.

Beijing Tea House by Kengo Kuma & Associates, Beijing – China

July 30th, 2015



The studio of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has renovated a historical building right in the heart of Beijing, China, using translucent hollow blocks of polyethylene.

Tomás Tea House by Savvy Studio, Mexico City – Mexico

January 18th, 2015



Tomás is a tea house that, through its carefully curated selection, portrays the history, tradition and culture of the place of origin of each of its products.

El Té tea house by Gustavo Sbardelotto & Mariana Bogarin, Porto Alegre – Brazil

February 20th, 2014

El Té tea house by Gustavo Sbardelotto & Mariana Bogarin, Porto Alegre – Brazil