Kaimon Taiwan Tea House by Su Wan Ling

Su Wan Ling Presents The Kaimon Taiwan Tea House Spring Tea Gift Box

SU WAN LING, the architect of the awarded work Spring Tea Gift Box by SU WAN LING points out, This brand services different areas tea in Taiwan since Taiwan is the hometown of high quality tea.“KaiMon” in Chinese means “Open Door”. It describes the warmth feeling of “open door and come home”.Color and texture design is to blessing, also give thanks to mountains that cultivate tea.The idea is using clean geometry shapes to represent the tough of mountain.Wash colors represent vibrant life of spring.Use three elements of mountains: wind, water and sun to design three small boxes inside the package.Connect the idea of blessing and thanks to mountains. .

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