Tea House in Shanghai, China sends a beautiful message to protect the environment, the nature intact, as it is. And why do I say this? Well, there’s a tree the architects refused to cut down and so they thought about incorporating it in the structure of the house. The outdoor area is a triangle balcony, having the tree coming in the middle. At the first floor, there’s a beautiful library, too, from where the view is mesmerizing and the abstract forms really make a connection with nature.
A contemporary house where nature remained untouched is a real wonder. Completing the surroundings, the great architecture, with all the furniture and artwork inside, takes us on a dream house tour. 3,200 square feet of grey and stone elements blending perfectly with the environment. For the Tea House there’s no need for something else but simplicity, as the great picture outside is nothing less than outstanding.