Petunia, a Japanese Tea House

The elements in the Tea House are arranged in accordance with the Bagua.

The walls are finished in Japanese stucco, with cedar wainscoting, and straight grain Douglas Fir trim. The cathedral ceiling is framed in Cedar, with cedar tongue and groove planking.

The floor is straight grain Douglas Fir.

A custom table was designed to fit below the far window, made from the same slab of Utile that was used for the ridge beam.

Glen Grayson, Architect

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