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Brief Published: 24 Sep 2010

Tea and Honey, NY


Taking a literal approach to interior design the new Tea and Honey store on Lexington Avenue and 64th Street, New York has devised a striking, yet practical design inspired by one of their namesakes: a giant honeycomb structure which dominates one wall of the shop.

Specialising in both local and exotic honeys and teas, the store also gives advice on perfect pairings of the two.

This is the second store for the brand, founded by Alan Ceppos and Frédéric Rambaud, owners of the Pylones gadget shops.  Having opened their first store in Grand Central Station this subsequent outlet, designed by architect Guy Reziciner, signals an empire in the making.