Hanauchi-ya renovation project by Tadashi Yoshimura Architects
How about this for my back yard?
a series of concrete forms overlooking the waterfront contain tea houses of varying sizes offering a range of privacy and access to several courtyards.
This glass and bronze pavilion resembling a Japanese tea house hangs like a lantern in the garden of a residence northwest of Washington DC. We're featuring popular meditation spaces for International Yoga Day today, and there are even more examples on dezeen.com/tag/meditation-spaces #architecture #meditation #USA
Talk about Feng shui! American architect David Jameson built this amazingly tranquil floating tea house, which also functions as a dining room, meditation area and a stage for the family’s musical recitals. Hanging like a Japanese lantern in the garden of a suburban home northwest of Washington D.C., visitors enter through a 10 cm-thick wooden door, where a faceted timber ceiling points down into the center of the room. The structure is made of bronze and glass, and is suspended in…
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