This stunning, minimalist teahouse is in Stoney Creek, Connecticut. Designed by architect Naomi Darling, it features local and recycled materials to achieve a simple elegance. The stone came from a local quarry, while bamboo was harvested on-site. The roof is made of recycled metal.” - The Owner-Builder Network
Kengo Kuma proposes a teahoues formed by two white canvas bubbles, its envelope is a double membrane of a translucent inflatable high technology fabric (Gore Tenara) which also includes the lighting and heating.
Kengo Kuma propone una casa de Té formada por dos burbujas blancas de tela, su envolvente es una doble membrana hinchable de un tejido translúcido de alta tecnología (Gore Tenara) que además integra el sistema de iluminación y calefacción.
The fire must use hardwood charcoal, which is regarded as the best material, then the wood nature is unexhausted. When there is too much smoke, then the smoke will enter the boiling water, the boiled water then necessarily becomes useless. Therefore, first burn the charcoal to red to rid it of smoke and flame. At the same time, get a strong, vigorous burning fire. The water then easily boils. After the charcoal is already red, then place the water kettle over it. At the same time rapidly fan the stove - the quicker the better: do not stop your hand. Hot water that had stopped boiling is preferably discarded and fresh water boiled again.
-Xu Ci Shu
The ancient art of Tea, Wisdom From the old Chinese Tea Masters.
Since its inception in 1692, the Dammann Tea House is committed to discovering, preparing, and packaging the finest teas from major tea-producing countries. 250 varieties are available at our #shop in the Place des Vosges. Traditional or flavoured, black, green, white and the divine oolong teas without forgetting the exceptional Pu-Ehr, our team is at your disposal to advise you and to share their passion for tea. Discover our selections and let yourself be seduced by the aromas and flavours available in many combinations, including the famous “Goût Russe” or the incredible “Jardin Bleu”.
A tea house, constructed of square paper tubes, is a structure designed for indoor use measuring just over 5 meters long. Housing a table and four stools, the house also features a waiting area with a bench in keeping with tea ceremony practice.