MIM Studios Have Designed The Tsujiri London Japanese Tea House

Design practice MIM Studios, have recently completed the newest location of Tsujiri London, a modern Japanese tea house. #TeaHouse #RetailDesign #CafeDesign

Photography ©NAARO

 

Design practice MIM Studios, have recently completed the newest location of Tsujiri London, a modern Japanese tea house.

 

Design practice MIM Studios, have recently completed the newest location of Tsujiri London, a modern Japanese tea house. #TeaHouse #RetailDesign #CafeDesign

Photography ©NAARO

Drawing inspiration from traditional Japanese art and architecture, the design of Tsujiri aims for a sense of simplicity through the use of large uninterrupted surfaces.


Upon entering this modern Japanese Tea House, visitors are guided straight under the curving timber ceiling where they can place their orders at the curved service counter. #CurvedWood #TeaHouse #RetailDesign

Photography ©NAARO

Upon entry, visitors are guided straight under the curving timber ceiling where they can place their orders at the curved service counter.


Upon entering this modern Japanese Tea House, visitors are guided straight under the curving timber ceiling where they can place their orders at the curved service counter. #CurvedWood #TeaHouse #RetailDesign

Photography ©NAARO

On the mezzanine level, built-in wood display shelves are decorated with traditional Japanese tea boxes, while small round tables with stools provides seating for guests.


This modern Japanese tea house has built-in wood display shelves, that are decorated with traditional Japanese tea boxes, while small round tables with stools provides seating for guests. #TeaHouse #ModernCafe #WoodShelving

Photography ©NAARO

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