Potsdam, Berlin Germany... Chinese Tea House One of the most photographed places in Park Sanssouci is the Chinese Tea House. The circular pavilion was constructed between 1755 and 1764, when Chinese art was very popular. Frederick the Great had it built as a decorative piece, but the Chinese Tea House was also used for social events. The building has a central hall with three study rooms and is now used to display a collection of Chinese Porcelain.
Cartel, or Wall Clock, ca. 1735–40 Movement by Étienne I Le Noir (French, 1675–1739) Case: soft-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze fittings; Dial: white enamel with blue numerals; Movement: brass and steel
Quince branches and Asian-inspired vases flank an antique Chinese console from the White Lotus Collection in Melissa Ziober and Noe Guerra’s peaceful powder room. To maintain the historical home’s integrity, the NXG Studio design team first restored the walls, moldings, and floor. “The space is traditional while still feeling modern and fresh,”