Osulloc Tea Stone & Innisfree

 

 

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Innisfree

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Tea Stone

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Tea Stone

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Innisfree

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Tea Stone

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Tea Stone

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Tea Stone

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Innisfree

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Innisfree

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Tea Stone

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Tea Stone

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Innisfree Annex

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Osulloc Tea Museum

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Innisfree Annex

There are three buildings in Osulloc: Tea Museum, Tea Stone, and Innisfree. The first building built on site was Osulloc Tea Museum, designed by Dongjoo Kim, then founder of Shinwon Architects.  Tea Stone and Innisfree were designed by Mass Studies. Tea Stone is a tea house, and they hold sessions for having a look at Inam Lee’s work, take a tour of tea fermentation area, and have tea time with a tea sommelier. Built almost ten years apart from Osulloc Tea Museum, Tea Stone and Innisfree share similarity geometrically, but in material, Tea Stone feels heavier with stone/glass combination compared to Innisfree with wood interior and exterior.

Site Area : 18,976sqm | Total Floor Area : 1452sqm

Hours : 9AM-6PM in cold season, 8:30AM-7PM in warm season, open all year round.

Address : 425 Sinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seoguipo-si, Jeju (제주특별자치도 서귀포시 안덕면 신화역사로 425, 오설록 티뮤지엄)

Tel : +82 064-794-5312

http://www.designboom.com/architecture/mass-studies-sets-tea-stone-museum-cafe-in-korean-forest-01-22-2014/ – for more pictures and drawings on designboom

 

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