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Tea Room – Cecilia Cappellini, Luke Duncan, Clement Lefebure, Julie Motouzka, Muse Praditbatuga Fig. MEng.11 Inspired by traditional Japanese tea rooms, the Tea Room is a lightweight pavilion made from interlocking beech tiles held in place by tension and friction, tessellating to form a stable structure that adapts as a wind-screen to form a shelter to enjoy the best environment for drinking tea. Fig. MEng.12 Clement Lefebure Next iteration CAD visualisation for the ‘Tea Room’ as a lightweight pavilion sited in a Japanese park with the tiles adapted to its unique microclimate.

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