Los Angeles’s Griffith Park is home to miles of hiking trails, the Hollywood Sign, and at least one mountain lion. Now, suddenly, the park has a teahouse, secretly installed by a group of anonymous artists on a hillside overlooking the city.
Welcome to the Teahouse, where beautiful men and women attend to the sexual needs of the lords and ladies of Ivore. But even transactional sex isn't uncomplicated when some of the clients and their favorite courtesans fall in love.
This backyard tea house designed by David Jameson in Maryland is Japanese-inspired, but it's not the architecture from centuries that's doing the influencing. Instead, the modern structure—which implements steel beams, glass, and a healthy dose of wood—takes its cues from a Japanese lantern, made evident by fact that…
Here are six reasons why I think that the amazing Takasugi-an Teahouse is, nevertheless, somewhere I'd never be caught dead, despite my love of tea:
When extraterrestrial visitors finally announce themselves and want to try drinking tea, you won't want to take them to a boring rickety old traditional teahouse. Luckily, Japanese artist Kengo Kuma has created this glowing, alien-ship-like teahouse for a museum in Frankfurt.