- Mardis Gras mask
- binded children story book
- tea cups
- tea leaves/coffee package
- snacks (pineapple bun and macarons) packaging
Research and design a venue with touch points to create a unique cultural diversity experience spanning from formal to casual with a focus on education and community derived from 2 different cultures from the Eastern and Western hemispheres.
Soliel Teahouse takes place in Sacramento's gardens as an interactive family and educative experience for both parents and their children to learn about both France and China's culture. It introduces the culture of afternoon meal time while serving as a modern teahouse that caters both French and Chinese dishes.
The venue also provides hand binded storybooks that explores the foods and festivities from the spring festivals: Mardi Gras and Lunar New Year in an elaborate and colorful manner. Packages of a variety of tea leaves, tea bags, and coffee beans are available for purchase. 25% of purchases made from this venue will be donated to local cultural centers and schools in the low socioeconomic areas.