Behind-the-Scene: Uncle Balbas Tea Shop

3/20/2020


Last September 2019, I received a call from Anna to meet up with her in her shop the following day, in which I was available then. Great! That within that week we have closed the contract and started the execution of the project as we move forward with the design and construction details of the project.


Premiere Design Interiors | Uncle Balbas Project



The place was bare and ruined, stagnant and leaking water was all over the place (where I got infected with dengue). Everything must be changed in order for the desired look that we both visualized. A Minimalist Scandinavian which the owners have envisioned with the following request: 

  1. White, must have a white place to feel relax and make the area big
  2. Instagrammable Walls
  3. Focal Point of  the Shop
  4. Function Space for the reception, kitchen, and storage
  5. Must accommodate around 20 people 



We were able to document two videos showcasing the update of what we did before we turned over the unit. We had such a wonderful time and we were glad that at the end the day we were able to successfully turned over the unit. However, We are able to capture some behind the scenes when we are just about to complete the project.


Premiere Design Interiors | Uncle Balbas Project

Premiere Design Interiors | Uncle Balbas Project

For days we more than a week in doing the murals and finishing touches, we end up having a graveyard shift and going home by 5:00am in the morning and be back by 10:00am for another day to complete the project.  Below is the last day we doing the Murals by Nicole Ases and Emmanuel.

Premiere Design Interiors | Uncle Balbas Project


Premiere Design Interiors | Uncle Balbas Project

While the signage was done by my good friend since college, Graphic Designer Bong Kho.

Premiere Design Interiors | Uncle Balbas Project




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