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The Rabbit Hole | Matt Woods

Now this is the kind of tea house we’d like to visit. The Rabbit Hole: Organic Tea Bar in Sydney, Australia, was designed by Matt Woods and involves a modern mix of industrial materials like concrete, timber and brick, and softer touches like warm lighting, decorative plants and hints of colour.…

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Limited Edition 2015 | Blossa

Swedish brand Blossa is almost as famous for its annual limited edition bottles as for its excellent mulled wine. Since 2003, Blossa has set out to create a tempting bottle filled with limited edition glögg to attract its customers. Scandinavian Design Group has been working with Blossa on this challenge since 2011, and the…

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A Milan Expo pavilion every day | Day 38: Turkey

Turkey’s Expo 2015 pavilion shows off the country’s diversity, demonstrating how various cultures and technologies combine in order to work towards common goals. Inside the pavilion, you can find out all about the nation’s culture, traditions and technology, as well as discovering how Turkey hopes to help with problems such…

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Imbue | tea infusing vessel

Seattle based WWU Industrial Design presents Imbue: a tea infusing vessel designed to simplify the process of brewing loose leaf tea. Typically brewing tea takes several steps, is messy, and does not travel well. Whether you prefer your tea hot or cold, Imbue allows you to effortlessly steep leaves at…

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Té Quiero Tea Concept | ACHU! Studio

ACHU! Studio created a spectacular tea packaging that unfolds before your eyes. “Té Quiero in spanish has two meanings: phonetically means ‘I love you’ and ‘I want tea’. Based in this two reasons we created an packaging that inspire love and gives tea in a lovely cute way. The packaging…

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The Chinese Teassert | Lily Kao

The Chinese Teassert packaging  was designed by Toronto design student Lily Kao. The origin of Dim Sum is linked to the tradition of Yum Cha – tea tasting. The earliest tea houses originated in Guangzhou, China. They were a lot like diners: small, roadside establishments that served tea along with…

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Dreaming Whale Tea Infuser | Gongdreen

To make sipping a cup of tea even more relaxing and pleasant than it already is, South Korean design studio Gongdreen has created the very cute “Dreaming Whale” tea infuser. Made of food grade silicon, this whale-shaped infuser adds whimsy to tea-time by making it look as though a miniature…

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Kusmi Tea Campaign

The tea house Kusmi Tea had the excellent idea to ask the agency Quai des Orfèvres to imagine a video campaign. The result is called La beauté des mélanges and offers three short films to promote mixtures Wladmir Prince, Sweet Love and BB Detox. Campaign signed by director Jeremy Charbit…

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The Tea Calendar | Hälssen & Lyon

The Tea Calendar by Hälssen & Lyon is made from tea, nothing else. The leaves were processed and compressed before being sliced into 1 millimeter thick squares.  These squares were then stamped with the date and slotted together to show one week at a time. A calendar made almost completely out with…

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