Minimalist Approach to combine nature and design: Tea Houses in California by Swatt Miers Architects

Inspiration by Editorial Staff (July 08, 01:28 PM)

Interior design work separates into two main fields described as residential and contract. The first term is self-explanatory, but the second term merits a closer look. It comes from a semi obsolete business practice in which non-residential projects were often taken on under an inclusive contract to provide all the needed elements, similar to the kind of contract usually entered into for building construction. The term has come to refer to all interior design work that is not specifically related to private residential space – that is, the kinds of spaces that are discussed here as public interiors.
 

Residential design is characterized by generally small-scale projects and a close working relationship with the client. The resulting space has been carefully tailored to the needs, desires, and tastes of the person or people who will be the occupants and users of the completed project.
 

Today we are going to share the concept of beautiful simple and minimalist tea houses designed by Swatt Miers Architects. The company offer architecture, planning and interior design services for both residential and corporate spaces in California. These minimalist Tea Houses are located not far from Silicon Valley. You can see how they use transparent steel and glass pavilion to make it more elegant, beautiful and hovering like a lantern over the natural landscape.

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

Tea Houses California Interior Design

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