Matt Woods delivers an exhibit of artistic teabag chandelier, installation of balancing Kintsugi bowls and other capturing style solutions arranged in the interior of an Australian tea bar.
Delightfully charming, this organic tea bar found in Sydney has the funny name “The Rabbit Hole” and with its modern, artistic and cozy interior layout provides aesthetically pleasant encounter. The premise composed by the Australian designer Matt Woods combines the industrial past of area now covered by white paint that displays the organic light for the duration of the day, and stripping down the authentic construct of the timber ceiling and the rustic brick wall.
The eclectic nature of this dynamic mixture is supplemented by delicate and artful factors inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsugi or modern art installations. The entertaining components of the decor influenced by Kintsugi – an art type based on the celebration of imperfections found in ceramic objects: involves monolithic counter from shards of crushed tiles and an artistic installation representing a series of balancing Kintsugi bowls. Another conceptual function, which dietary supplements the unlike character of the tea residence is the chandelier by Chilean artist Valeria Burgoa that is created entirely of empty tea bags and hangs over the tile-clad serving counter.
The elegance and the unforgettable design of Woods proceed with the whiteness of the walls, lattices and ornaments that are underlined by the sparkling presence of brass particulars and lighting solutions, with the blue ceramics and the refreshing presence of the wooden furnishings. The straightforward going materials palette consist of reclaimed oak timber that composes the seating during the restaurant, century-previous oak floor, dark-colored granite that is used in the dining tables’ tops and experimentation with distinct kinds of metal. All collectively the location is so cheerful, entertaining and artistic that undoubtedly delivers an excellent tea-time encounter.