A quiet achiever, this tea house in downtown
Established by a pair of passionate founders, Teeama has a strong emphasis on sourcing ethically and forming close relationships with their suppliers. To tap into this idea conceptually, Yatofu reference the rawness of tea as an ingredient, while reflecting its cultural complexity.
“A grounded palette of honest and textural materials was extracted from those used in the process of tea-making itself, such as weathered steel,
Calm and sleek, the atmosphere of the interior is one of a sanctuary. Pairing this with a new playful visual identity, also created by Yatofu, the combination creates a raw yet refined aesthetic that invites people inside—a warm and approachable interpretation of contemporary tea culture for the Nordic lifestyle.
Environmental responsibility was highlighted and prioritised throughout the project. “In the sourcing and production process, one of the main goals was to eliminate an excess of off-cuts or leftover materials. Towards this goal, material quantities were calculated meticulously, excess bricks were recycled, and
For a country known as one the highest consumers of coffee in the world, they better watch out—Teeama’s coming for the market.