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Bar Cart in Tropical Brazilian Hardwood, Contemporary Design


This tea cart or bar cart made of tropical Brazilian hardwood evokes the ancient ritual of making tea, which endures as one of the few things we cannot speed up. In our accelerated culture where instant connectivity has become the new standard, the process of brewing a cup of tea remains almost unchanged. If you want tea, you must wait. This simple fact feels almost like an act of social subversion, temporarily denying our thirst for instant gratification in exchange for a conscious, extended experience of the present moment. A tea cart made from Freijó, local Brazilian wood and hand-hewn brass accents blends into residential and commercial settings with ease. Set of wheels, the cart can occupy a range of spaces and contexts. A side table here, a centerpiece there, the tea cart behaves as a subtle beacon to pause and reflect. The cart includes an upper and lower level. The lower level can be used for storage and decorative display while the top holds everything one needs for tea preparation. This level includes an integrated electric burner for heating the kettle (Cuisinart Stainless Steel Electric Tea Kettle), hidden storage for cups and tea, and a handsome brass tray for serving and presentation. Intended as a limited edition of 11 pieces, the tea cart stands as both a product and a graceful reflexion on contemporary life.


  • Creator
    Rahyja Afrange (Designer)
  • Production type
    Limited Edition
  • Production time
    Available Now
  • Dimensions

    H 27.56 in. x W 17.72 in. x D 45.28 in.

    H 70 cm x W 45 cm x D 115 cm

  • Seller location
    Sao Paulo, BR
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Rahyja Afrange

Rahyja Afrange

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Rahyja Afrange creates furniture and objects based on the logical structure os each material. Graduated in Architecture and Urbanism, Rahyja worked for renowed architecture offices. Delighted with the world of Design, Rahyja went to Denmark to study Furniture Design in 2012. On her return to Brazil, she opened a multidisciplinary studio in São Paulo. SE7E chair and Armchair won the ICFF Studio Award - New York, in May 2013. Her working method is guided by aesthetics, functionality and simplicity. Every project endeavors to shows her philosofy "live wel, in lovely ambiences".

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Located in Sao Paulo, BR
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