Tea ceremony after a nuclear war

The tea pavilion allows the guests to immerse themselves in an environment dedicated to meditation and introspection. Rusting Tradition is a contempory version of this ancestrial practice made out of burt cars. The use of this raw material marked by the fire is inspired by the Raku ceramic technics. The Japanese tea pavilion, called Chashitsu can accommodate up to four guests guided by a tea master. During the ceremony, participants are invited to perform specific actions in order to achieve a concentration close to meditation. The goal is to be anchored in the present moment.