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Shenzhen, China – The gourmet tea brand turned to Tomo Design to execute a two-storey flagship in Shenzhen, where engagement is the main focus.
Beijing – Sò Studio designs théATRE, a teahouse in Beijing, by referencing palette, form and use of light in Constantin Brâncuși’s sculptures.
Ibara, Japan – In Japan, an outdoor tea house by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects allows residents to stargaze under the evening sky.
Shenzhen – Ambrosia, developed by Melbourne-based studio Biasol, is geared toward younger consumers of the Chinese tea industry.
Singapore – Inspired by a nearby lighthouse, MOC Design created an array of lamp posts for the new Heytea in Singapore's busy Clarke Quay – and customers have seen the light.
Shanghai – In a narrow 40-sq-m space, design studio Mintwow has managed to create a (bright and psychedelic) miniature forest in the middle of Shanghai.
Zhengzhou, China – Heytea’s new presence in Zhengzhou by Moc Design Office translates Chinese tradition to younger generations.
Shanghai – Linehouse has turned a former factory with double-height walls into a teahouse made of private booths that appear suspended on air.
Mount Wuyi, China – By builiding a hotel centred on traditional tea culture in the Fujian province, the Yue Wuyi Tea Life Aesthetics Hotel breathes new life into the ancient industry.
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