Way of Tea

Stunning Design Concepts

A lot of research and thought went into the making of “The Way of Tea”. 

Designed to reflect the traditional tea ceremony, the washbasin was installed to allow for the ritual of washing one’s hands before undertaking the tea ceremony, the bell – a symbol of the traditional call to ceremony. The Tokonomo allows for the display of flowers. 

A variety of materials were used throughout this project including sheet metal reveals and trims, recessed copper panels with a detailed pattern grooved into the back, and solid timber supported by architectural fittings. All of this was to be manufactured with zero tolerance. These are just a few of the detailed joinery units required to complete this very detailed and challenging project.

Being recommended to one of Brisbane’s reputable building companies to manufacture high end detailed joinery for their modern office refurbishment was a huge attribute to RJR Shopfitting. This recommendation enforces that past and present clients have been delivered projects on time, on budget and are completely satisfied that the RJR Shopfitting team have the experience and ability to deliver any type of commercial or retail project.