Balsa Wood House - Dome Tea Houses on Display in London

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A pair of unusual Balsa wood tea houses with a curious name, “I am so sorry. Goodbye.”, by Heather and Ivan Morison will whet your appetite for ultra-modern architecture, with a spot of tea on the side. Two geodesic domes take organic shape, clad in Balsa wood and topped with a futuristic, hemispherical skylight that softly and naturally illuminates interiors. Inside, a minimalist, contemporary style lends an atmosphere of rest and relaxation. This artful interpretation of the traditional tea house is on display at Radical Nature: Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969–2009, from June 19 to October 18 at London’s Barbican Art Gallery. Heather and Ivan Morison
via Londonist

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