Friday, April 13, 2012

Tajik Tea House at the 2012 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

I had the pleasure of attending as press the 2012 Architectural Digest Home Design Show a few weeks ago. I had attended many years ago with a trip my aunt designed, so it was nice to get back to the event. This is the premiere destination for all things home design as well as art and photography. One of the first items I came across was this Tajik Gazebo or Tea House. I was just in awe. The craftsmanship is just so rare these days, everything made by factories. I can appreciate this since my father was a shoe repairman, a craft sadly being found less and less. They also make doors as well which were just as gorgeous in the photos. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did seeing it in person!!
I scanned the information below so you can read about this fabulous Tea House direct from the company: 

                                                                       Tajik Door and Gazebo

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1 comment

Anonymous said...

I work for my Dad's door company and my brother does craftsmanship. You are right that craftsmanship is a lost art. Very nice work done on the Tea House.


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