Zaha Hadid & Patrik Schumacher

A futuristic interpretation of a traditional Korean tea service



The traditional Korean tea service consists of a fire pot/tea kettle, tea cups, a tea bowl, and spoons all housed within a box or container which often times acts as the service tray. Through a series of morphological re-interpretations, Zaha Hadid Architects were able to capture the true essence of the traditional tea service within the fluid forms and surfaces of a carbon fiber outer shell and delicate ceramic interior.


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