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Tea House : Écologiquement A1 Architects (en anglais)
Tea House
Écologiquement A1 Architects (en anglais)
A.D., le 11 mars 2013
The Garden

At the foot of the hill dividing Hloubetin and Aloisov you’ll find a small garden. The garden is unostentatious, slightly wild but even so graceful, each spring apple and cherry trees blossom and when summer swiftly blows upon us our sight of the passing clouds is surrounded by slim blades of grass.

Tea House by A1 Architects_Ester Havlová
Tea House by A1 Architects_Ester Havlová
 
The teahouse as a minimal place to gather

The Teahouse as a typological kind follows the Japanese tradition of minimizing space and is intended as place the meet with guest at a cup of tea. I am not an orthodox worshiper of the tea cult, however I am very interested in the theme of it being a place to gather with friends. From the outside an inconspicuous structure is ready to surprise it’s visitors upon arriving inside, giving them a different perspective of the garden. A world hidden inside, where time flows at its own pace, an vacant space leaving an impression just by its spaciousness. When first reasoning about such a place I thought of the places that had made an impression upon me and came to the decision of building it on a circular platform enclosed by a translucent dome breathing the inner peace of small sacred buildings. Diffused rays of light illuminate the quarters within; the translucent dome resembles the sky and the hearth - the home. The spherical shape directs your attention to the hearth, on which the tea is prepared and creates a close bondage with all who are present.


Tea House by A1 Architects_Ester Havlová
Tea House by A1 Architects_Ester Havlová
 
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