Asia Pacific Design Center , China
ChuangTen Group , China
Design Company :
DaLian V2 Design Decoration Engineering Co.,Ltd , China
Zen,one of ancient principles of culture.Tea,meanwhile an essential component of traditional culture in China.They both have existed starting from the ancient time.The interior design was interpreted by Zen’s spirit and charm,in which aim to stress communication between humanity and nature instead of aspiring magnificence and braveness in order to develop a piece of refuge of souls.It emphasizes light color in the whole Tea Club.Rough green slates and naturally informed wood floors look thick and smooth,as if time full of traces.Explanation of Chinese beauty was made by a sort of unique pasture in the Tea Club.
The designer integrates modernism with oriental Zen and forged this space into graceful tea space.Custom interior design starring tea concentrates on reflecting sense of space.Meanwhile,it extends experience of space forward.Each space in the Tea Club was separated to hemi-transparent ones by enormous wooden grids.Appreciate fragrant tea in units with a pleasant and relaxing mind.The combination of horizontal and vertical makes sequence of ideas clear.The nature of compound and inclusion in it also endows the space with unlimited imagination.There came out with meticulous and graceful atmosphere of space and simplified and spacious sense of space ultimately.
What we are wooing is texture on the surface of decoration materials.Comparison of diverse texture of materials is very parallel to mutual communication of distinct form and structure.The designer focused on details in order to soften visually these tough materials.No matter those arranged figures of Buddha and twigs disorderly on the corridors or delicate Chinaware and tea sets in cabinets,which enrich the entire interior space.
The overall tone in the Tea Club is warm and natural.This kind of tone seems like amber tea in cups.Yellow inherits admirable tradition of Buddhism.The designer hopes to bring out Zen by emphasizing partial spaces.