BEIJING: Green T. House Refreshed Space Opens
By Babette Radclyffe-Thomas

The beautiful and tranquil Green T. House in Beijing has relocated their stunning dining room into their Bath House Residency, refreshing and invigorating this award-winning space.

Nov 08, 2013
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The beautiful and tranquil Green T. House in Beijing has relocated their stunning dining room into their Bath House Residency, refreshing and invigorating this award-winning space.Established in 1997 by musician, tea connoisseur and artist JinR, the Green T.House was originally founded as a teahouse. Over the last decade, the Green T. House has seen numerous relocations and expansions but has remained at the forefront of innovative design in China. Aiming to create a ‘Neo-Classical Chinese’ experience, the launch of Green T. House Living has seen the creation of a lifestyle destination offering art, a cultural events space and also the tranquil The Bath House Residence.

The innovative spa which has won the acclaimed Wallpaper* Award for the World’s Best Spa Design, is now home to the Green T. House’s fine dining. The Bath House Residence’s is a stunning space, with granite floors and stylish furniture designed by founder JinR. Guests sit at a 30 seat communal table to enjoy the legendary T. Cuisine menu and a new selection of ‘Bath Cuisine’ dishes that promote health and freshness. And of course guests can still enjoy the artisanal tea Green T. is so well known for, lying in a four-poster daybed or underneath the lake-side Ming pagoda.-  Babette Radclyffe-Thomas

Green T. House founder JinR

Green T. House Living

318 Shun Bai Road, Cuigezhuang Xiang, Hegezhuang Cun, Chaoyang, Beijing, China 100015 / 86 (10) 6434 2519

Images courtesy of Green T. House


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