PLIN019_Tea Experience Center
Area: 600 Sqft
Location: Banjara hills,Hyderabad, Telangana.
Type: Tea Experience enter, Commercial.
The best tea houses, tea rooms or even tea spaces in a house are the ones that immediately relax one as soon as he or she arrives. Before the tea is even served, one already feels outside of the busy flow of the ordinary world, comfortable and ready to enjoy. This will directly affect the experience of the tea itself.
Art and Tea: The Role of Aesthetics in the Tea Ceremony By A.D.Fisher
WABI SABI INSPIRATION: The words wabi and sabi do not translate easily. Wabi originally referred to the loneliness of living in nature, remote from society; sabi meant "chill", "lean" or "withered". Around the 14th century these meanings began to change, taking on more positive connotations. Wabi now connotes rustic simplicity, freshness or quietness, and can be applied to both natural and human-made objects, or understated elegance. Sabi is beauty or serenity that comes with age, when the life of the object and its impermanence are evidenced in its patina and wear, or in any visible repairs.
EXOTIC BLOOMING TEAS as a brand brand delivers natural fresh flower teas. We took the inspiration from the tranquility of a flower tea and translated it to fluidic elements in the store. A raw material palette of WOOD AND NATURAL WICKER was chosen against an AQUA BLUE colored backdrop. The Tea display was made in rhythmic pattern to symbolize the calmness and dynamic nature of water. Wooden logs were used as seats to celebrate the rustic simplicity of wood.
A large experimental wall size 21’ x 11’6” was done in fluidic forms in wicker which provides pockets for brand placement. We call this wall
“ The stone and the water wall”
THE WALL INSTALLATION DEPICTS THE FLUIDITY IN THE FLOW OF WATER THROUGH AN ARRAY OF STONES. THE FLUDIC SURFACES WERE ACHIEVED USING HAND WOVEN WICKER PANELS.