A Small Space Was Carved Out For This Bubble Tea Shop In Hong Kong

A Small Space Was Carved Out For This Bubble Tea Shop In Hong Kong

Design firm A Work Of Substance has completed Mother Pearl, a modern bubble tea house in Hong Kong, that measures in at just 350 square feet.

A modern bubble tea house with an olive green facade and a earth colored tiled interior.

The dark olive green exterior stands out against the other shops in the area, with the logo highlighted on the facade.

The dark olive green exterior of this tea house stands out against the other shops in the area, with the logo highlighted on the facade.

Globe lights attached to the facade with metal fixtures, show people passing by the name of the tea house and its logo.

Globe lights attached to the facade with metal fixtures, show people passing by the name of the tea house and it's logo.

Sliding doors open and hide away within the walls.

Sliding doors open and hide away within the walls of this modern bubble tea house.
Sliding doors open and hide away within the walls of this modern bubble tea house.

Lighting that resembles the pearls found in the bubble tea, decorate the ceiling and draw the eye upwards to the built-in menu board.

Lighting that resembles the pearls found in the bubble tea, decorate the ceiling and draw the eye upwards to the built-in menu board.
Lighting that resembles the pearls found in the bubble tea, decorate the ceiling and draw the eye upwards to the built-in menu board.

Earth colored tiles line the walls as well as the floor and the service area.

Earth colored tiles line the walls as well as the floor and the service area of this modern bubble tea cafe.

The designers also created the branding and packaging for Mother Pearl, as seen here in their cup design.

Packaging design for a bubble tea house.
Packaging design for a bubble tea house.
Photography by Amanda Kho
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