The Unity of Zen and Martial Arts Tea Shop by UND Design Studio

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
The Unity of Zen and Martial Arts

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Tea Shop

INSPIRATION:
The design is located in Foshan, the hometown of martial arts, where was once famous for Wing Chun. UND tries to integrate modern aesthetics with brand culture, combiningthelocal culture of Foshan with Oriental Zen in the same space to interpret the unity of Zen and martial arts. Zen as the main body, martial arts as the form, and tea as the inspiration. The three come together and collide in the same space, arousing a sense of cultural belonging that the locals are proud of.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The integration of Zen and Martial arts is the concept of this project, and combination of local culture and brand culture is the biggest feature. WhenmentioningFoshan, the famous Wing Chun of Yip Man (Bruce lee's master) will come to mind. The unique cultural geographical characteristics combining with brand cultureadvocatingnew tea-drinking methods has formed the concept of Zen tea and Martial arts. How to express traditional cultural symbols modernlyis also the theme of our exploration.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
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PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Started on March, 2019; Finished on July, 2019; No. 23, Guilan Road, Guicheng Street, Nanhai District, Foshan, China

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
In the design of this case, the inspiration comes from the wooden dummy of Wing Chun. A horizontal and vertical humanoid structure combines with traditional mortise-tenon skills, creating a "coordinate" of the space, cutting the original large area of slate gray basement in proportion to deconstruct a rich sense of hierarchy within the space. Lingnan culture and Zen tea are interwoven, and the result of their mutual harmony in the same time and space is expressed by the transparent acrylic display boxes above the wooden stakes. The dancing lions and pot walls placed on them are the native symbols of Lingnan culture. The design expresses artistically through the origin of tea - Tea Mountain. The undulating Tea Mountain as layers of clouds, is placed in a long tea table in the center of the space. All of these balance the visual proportions while constituting a new birth of local culture and modern trends.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
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TAGS:
Local culture, Zen tea, Wing Chun, Mortise Tenon

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
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CHALLENGE:
he challenge lies in how to combine geographical characteristics with brand culture, satisfying modern young people to enjoy tea while evoking the perception of traditional culture. Many of China's unique traditional culture are slipping away little by little in the great demolition and construction of "China speed". This culture, which has accompanied for hundreds and thousands of years, is the biggest feature and the most valuable thing in this place. How to meet the needs of modern industry development while respecting and promoting the local culture is the challenge and compliance for design. In addition to the reasonable arrangement to meet the needs of the guests in various status, we also made a bold combination and interpretation of how to apply the local traditional culture in a space.

ADDED DATE:
2020-02-27 03:20:15

TEAM MEMBERS (6) :
Team Members´╝Ü, Encome , Matthew , Benson, Monte and Ray

IMAGE CREDITS:
UND Design Studio

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
HEYTEA

PROFILE:
In 2012,HEYTEA originated from a named the alleys in the river.From product development to store terminals, like tea consumers pay more attention to the overall experience. Every store design,The process of interpretation is an inspiration. Combined with the traditional tea culture, "zen", "minimalist", "aesthetics", etcElements into store design, and create rich layers of texture space, bring tea drinkers indulge multidimensional sensory experience,Correct aesthetic way of modern tea consumption, make it more cool tea, more is not the same.

NOMINATION DETAILS

The Unity of Zen and Martial Arts Tea Shop by Und Design Studio is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

The Unity of Zen and Martial Arts Tea Shop by Und Design Studio is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019 - 2020.



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