“Talk about heaven and earth， have a rest and drink tea” is the SLOGAN of TEA-TALES， and it is similar to the straightforward expression of the forthright personality of Chongqing people. Whether they are high-minded or low-class， a teahouse and a pot of good tea are rivers and lakes.
Although drinking tea has traditional attributes， it is by no means an old thing， which is the consensus of our customers and us. The overly modern symbol intervention is also contrary to the temperament of TEA-TALES.Following the combination of tradition and modernity， we “fold” the space.
Close to the public platform area， from the consideration of privacy and lighting， we designed the back window booth， and the rectangular structure of the exterior facade combines the intersecting wooden frame and window frame， so that the facade form a strong vertical visual experience. The setting that up and down pushes a window lets indoor and outdoor maintain dialogue， also facilitate ventilated on the function.
Stair serves as the constituent element of the building， in dimensional plan， we do not hope that it stay only on function，more want to let stair become the transition that connects above and below in the space more through modelling design. The folded staircase is like the winding trail of the mountain city. After folding， two areas are formed， one for collection and the other for clever placement of art installations and commodity displays. At the same time ，it will be up and down two layers of space staggered folding together， the formation of space interest.
The art installation “FLOW”， inspired by “tea” and mediated by “bamboo”， respects nature and inherits humanity.
The structure column is used to design the wall shape， and the double moving line is formed to enhance the fluidity of the space. A sense of form combined with reality reduces the interference of other guests in the inner seating area.
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