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There is no limit once we talked about creativity. In the world of design you can never stops anyone to surprise you with its passionate ideas. This tea shop for instance, is a masterpiece of Alan Chu and Cristiano Kato which proves their wild thought. Located in the middle of the crowd, no wonder if this shop will draw your attention and everyone’s passes on the road nearby.
It reminds me of childhood, when you play a pop up house with friends. This is exactly adapt that kind of ideas. As you can see from the pictures, both of the designers played really well with colors and shape. They put on these eye catching colors on the plywood box which could be opened one by one to uncover every storage they have. It feels like a surprise present everytime you see the employee open up the boxes. It feels like you cannot be more patient to wait what would be the next to be revealed.
This shop makes use of only 25 square meters area. But, since the designers successfully worked with the depth effect, it cold hosts numerous variety of organic tea, food booth, cashier table and a small pantry backside. You can see that the shop’s identity is hidden behind one of those colorful boxes. Yes, behind every box, you may actually put on anything; menu list, words, drawings, testimonial from visitors or photographs. Pop up shops’ duration of service is usually short, they opened in midday and closed as soon as the product sold out. They usually popped in different places after several days or week in one place.
The owner of Pop up shop are allowed to make an unique and attractive environment to engage as many as possible visitors to come. Once you can create a comfortable spot, nice ambience and a good service it would be a valuable point of your pop up shop. This kind of project usually does not require wide space, as long as it meets with the specific needs. The maintenance also pretty simple, but still you have to be careful not to break it.