Square (Architecture Design) by Mei-Lin Hsu
2017 - 2018, Golden A' Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award Winner
Located alongside the road in the mountain, the square white building reveals its charms by means of its modern architectural shapes. As a distinctive tea store, Tai Cha Store run by its third generation has been promoting the tea culture, from the perspectives of tea and related environment.
Inspired from the lantern style of Taiwan Pavilion of World Expo in Shanghai, the designer presents the principle of "organic tea species", of which the underground floors express the idea of tree roots, the rooms including processing, examining, storing, packaging and developing.
Design Challenges
For the client's family only, the second floor demonstrates the idea of "tree leaves", including the master bedroom, baby room and study room.
Production Technology
The ground floor embodies tea display, tasting and checkout counter. This is the place trying high-quality teas and appreciating pleasant tea-culture environment.
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