bloomdesign’s modern tea shop in china references traditional paintings — designboom

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— bloomdesign’s HEYTEA at xiamen paragon center embodies the concept of an urban ‘shanshui’, a term for traditional chinese paintings that depict natural landscapes with a brush and ink leaving subtle marks. li baolong, creative director of bloomdesign explains that ‘for each project, i don’t merely work to figure out the spatial planning, but more importantly, to create the beautiful world in my heart.’ with the same care and passion, the firm designed the urban, yet zen tea shop. the locale represents the contemporary-style tea brand, keeping it minimal but welcoming…

July 12, 2019

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