A Tea House for the Humboldt Forum
Japanese artisans are constructing the sculptural building from Corten steel, wood and clay
The exhibition module on Japanese art is set to open its own tea house, in which visitors to Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss will be able to experience tea ceremonies. The sculptural architecture of the new tea house, to be constructed by Japanese artisans, will be made of Corten steel, wood and clay according to a design by competition winner URA Architects from Kanazawa and will combine tradition and modernity as well as references to Japanese and German culture on an equal footing.
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