This particular tea house, known as the Posbank Pavilion, will transform the way you enjoy your daily cup of tea. The building stresses the importance of creating magnificent infrastructure through the use of predominantly eco-friendly resources.
The home is built using environmental materials and generates electricity by natural means. There are no hard woods used in its production and it uses natural elements such as concrete plaster based on natural stone granulates and sheep's wool for insulating the space. The roof is sustainable in that it can grow vegetation and boasts solar panels to provide heat. The house uses simple methods to ensure proper ventilation while simultaneously offering a simple, beautiful and modern aesthetic.
The Posbank Pavilion Boasts a Planet-Preserving and Simple Design
Senduran Bhakthakumaran — February 5, 2012 — Eco
References: contempo-homes & archdaily