J-Tea International is an importer of Taiwanese tea Oolong. Designed by Atelier Waechter and located in Eugene, Oregon, this project transformed an existing house in a store. The project’s goal was to achieve this objective with the least possible operations. The transformation consists of three basic elements: entrance hall, a porch and mostarios for tea. Each item is visually distinct and has a specific goal.
The aim of the flag is to receive the pedestrian and vehicular traffic and create a terrace as well ventilated outdoor seating. Aluminum blinds that were painted white up pointing out in front of the galvanized steel structure and are located beneath the support structure to give the impression they are floating in space – like a cloud.
The portal makes visible the living area creating an opening that frames the interior space. Its walls, floor and roof are made plywood and rests lightly on two walls of concrete flying and promoting the idea of this “threshold” of access.
The goal is to wrap the room counters, consisting of a central bar for tasting tea. These consist of a grid of shelves maple plywood, incorporating in it his starts to give a continuous aspect. So these are filled by the goods of colors and textures.
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