For which gardens is a tea house best suited?
In general, a teahouse for the garden blends harmoniously with any landscape design. A tea house doesn't need a huge garden to make an impact. There are small versions available, like the round Classico pavilion in a nostalgic style, which fits perfectly in small gardens with its diameter of 3.31m.
A teahouse stands out mainly due to its design, setting it apart from traditional garden pavilions. Traditionally made of wood, tea houses from earlier times were often elaborately decorated with intricate elements.
Even today, there are various design options for teahouses
in the garden
. We offer you the proven Hoklartherm quality, which combines glass and metal ideas in a durable and stylish manner, for our tea house constructions, just like with all our products. Our tea houses are made with stable, corrosion-resistant aluminum profiles, feature multiple sliding doors, and are fully glazed with ISO safety glass. Various colour options are available. In addition to established designs such as the "Teehaus
" or "Classico
" pavilions in a nostalgic style, individual custom constructions are also possible.
Very British: a teahouse for the English garden
A tea house for the English garden is not only perfect for a traditional British tea ceremony but also for general relaxation. With its glazed walls and numerous design possibilities, a tea house as a pavilion fits perfectly into the special charm of gardens designed in the English style. The glazed side walls allow you to enjoy the view of the structured natural beauty of these garden landscapes. English gardens are based on clear, architectural structures. Lawns, flower beds, and paths are laid out in geometric shapes, providing the basic design framework. Tea houses as retreats are typical for this style and harmonize perfectly with the English look.
Living culture: a Japanese teahouse for Asian gardens
The style of Japanese gardens, which represent an idealized landscape on a smaller scale, is gaining more and more followers even here. Japanese gardens exude a fascinating and meditative atmosphere. The of the garden doesn't matter for this style - a Japanese tea garden can be created on less than 400 square meters. Curved paths, often with uneven stones, and a deliberate selection of plants such as rhododendron, Japanese maple, or bamboo are essential design elements. When looking for a garden pavilion for such Asian-style gardens, a tea house is the natural choice. Typically, a Japanese tea house in the garden is often surrounded by a water basin. For beginners in garden design, working with experienced landscape gardeners is highly recommended.