Pop-up shops are a great way of displaying unique products in places where people are surprised to find them. Intriguing colors and a spot-on geometry makes the ingenious Gourmet Tea shop in Sao Paulo, Brazil, a perfect solution for dynamic client interaction within a crowded urban landscape. Colorful and attractive, the tea shop offers 35 organic tea varieties in a dynamic setting designed by Alan Chu and Cristiano Kato. The third shop opened by the local brand occupies as little as 25 square meters but packs a deep visual impact in its compact shape. A plywood box opening its various elements to reveal clever storage space adorns a compact space – the brand’s identity is hidden behind one of the colorful panels, while the rest of the elements are easily moved to compose an ingenious small shop and just as easily closed at the end of the day. Designed to immediately attract the attention of passers-by, the Gourmet Tea shop was inspired by the brand’s colorful packaging and a continuous search for the best design solutions to complement the site-specific needs.
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Ingenious Compact Gourmet Tea Shop Unfolds In Sao Paulo
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