Interior Design Category
Based on the brand TAE TEA with 80 years’ history, the project has combined the aesthetic preferences and consumption habits of modern consumers, redefining the visual style and functional experience of the space. The division of primary and secondary functions is reflected in the design of the shopfront. The street-facing wall is opened in the way of an ancient building window, where bamboo is planted and light strip positions are reserved, and foamed ceramics, a new environmentally friendly material called "waste gold" is used as the main material to create the overall visual effect. In the space, it is like being in a bamboo forest, and it is a relaxing thing to enjoy a cup of tea here. It is worth mentioning that there is an old elm lying horizontally at the door, which hides the mysterious layout of Feng Shui. In addition to visual aesthetics, the design aims to create a nice and pure experience from the five senses of taste, touch, sight, smell, and even hearing for guests.