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JAPANESE CULTURE IN THE HEART OF GERMANY
Macha-Macha Teahouse in Berlin brought a fresh taste of Japanese culture into the heart of Germany...
This space was designed by Karsten Kremer and is characterized by attention to detail and the principles of Feng Shui. The created space is designed as a relaxing and comfortable place. Sustainable Kebony wood was used for making the counter and floors in this teahouse, and it perfectly follows the design principles and gives the room a natural, organic quality that is consistent with the Japanese culture.
Kremer got the inspiration for this design got from one experimental sculpture with Feng Shui skills. In the center of this room there is a big bar of Kebony Radiata wood, with a discreet vase in which are flowering tree branches. The bar and the floor tiles are positioned at an angle, so that the whole room exudes hospitality.
The entire area shimmers discreetly in white, brown and green, which are the colors Macha tea. The whole experience of enjoying tea in this area is sensory and relies on well-being. Japanese teas are known for their health benefits, and are consumed in this room in which architecture and interior design are designed with soothing vibration that every guest feels.
The choice of material in this unique space is led by the Japanese Wabi-Sabi principles. In this area, the materials can be changed and imperfections are a major part of their fascinating aesthetics. Utopian atmosphere of this room represents sustainability and provides the most important trait.
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